Title

Landscape Painting and Ideas of Wilderness

Faculty Advisor

Richman, Elise

Area of Study

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Publication Date

Summer 2015

Abstract

In this series, I explore the ways in which we relate to landscape, using the specific image of Mt. Rainier as a motif to explore our attitudes about wilderness. Mt. Rainier is instantly recognizable for anyone who lives in this region—it is even used in the logo for our school. My series includes a classical view of the mountain as well as the mountain as seen through the lens of other media, or framed by evidence of human impact on the environment. These non-traditional views of the mountain may seem jarring at first but these are the ways that we most typically see it. By framing the mountain with different perspectives and representing it in different contexts, I hope to prompt the viewer to consider his or her relationship to the mountain and the expectations and visual ideals that he or she may have.

Publisher

University of Puget Sound

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