"At the horizon line, sky and water, light and shadow, meet on earth. The placement of the horizon also determines the viewer’s position before the scene. By moving in front of the painting and shifting the viewing angle, the spectator can alter the light and the shadow that fall onto the landscape and thereby witness the passage of time through light. Similarly, the changing light in the course of a day dramatically alters the luminosity of the painting.
Luminosity is the underlying theme in all of my work." Paul Hunter
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