“Patterdale” is inspired by John Glover’s 1834 Watercolour pastoral depiction of Van Diemen’s land. A painting I find is divided historically and culturally. Every landscape and place of being has individuality as well as relation to other landscapes and the same is true for the forms within that make it up. “Patterdale” explores the change and movement in which social structures and cultural worlds are enfolded. It is an “in-out” experience for the viewer of partially observed landscapes becoming pictorial elements. You can view it as a de facto landscape where you are in one form or another together but not as one.