Landscape aims to offer an artwork that is inspiring, engaging and memorable to the wider audience - so as it may be appreciated at face value, in addition to the layers of meaning that may be interpreted from its design. For this reason the work is based around a literal form that is easily recognisable to both a young child and the layman, whilst retaining the integrity, inspiration and emotive response to the brief.
Landscape takes the form of a human hand extending into the sky, poised with a paintbrush. The sculpture is scaled in proportion to a height of approximately 35ft. It is constructed from over 20,000 life-size cast bronze paintbrushes, which are welded together in a seemingly random lattice construction to create the three-dimensional form.