Mary Walters

I find my inspiration in wild landscape – the landscape of mountains, where geological time manifests itself in gigantic landforms; the landscape of the edge, where land meets water; and the landscape of memory – an intangible, elusive, yet powerful melting pot of images and ideas.

The impermanence of these landscapes is of paramount interest – rocks that seem solid are constantly engaged in the process of reformation. Insignificant human marks – rust, cracks, scratched graffiti, distressed surfaces and torn edges – all contribute to a layered interplay and re-invention


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