Margaret Ann Withers :: Curious Landscapes

The tiny houses and telephone poles in these paintings are often hidden in a chaotic landscape, where it seems that some cosmic change has just occurred, where the landscape has been been jiggled and this is what’s left - a tiny community held together and fluttering within the terrible and the tender.  The stories that accompany these paintings are about the people within these tiny houses.

All smaller pieces are priced framed - larger one's are priced unframed - contact me for framing choices and prices.

a perfect psychedelic Dionysus landscape
watercolor, ink, acrylic gouache on molded paper

The neighbors tiptoed through the foggy bottom mind field while​ guided only by the sparks from their micro aggression that lit up the pink sky. Both were tired, and both wanted to enter the silence, but instead they settled on a kind of glare that bumped up against a lonesomeness together or a dense otherness apart. Either way, the fog began to clear and much to their delight, a perfect psychedelic Dionysus landscape was revealed.