This body of work is an exploration of the relationships and dualities of atmosphere and form. These paintings focus on a pause between extremes, a place where the imagery is continuous and rhythmic, a forest grove, a river’s shore, a jungle canopy. For the past decade, Robin Denevan has traveled extensively throughout Asia and Latin America with charcoal, graphite and ink as his primary media. The works’ intent is to convey an emotional and visceral impression of his experiences abroad. His drawings are a journal of the strange and evocative landscapes he encounters while traveling. Though often representational in nature, the styles shift with the changing landscapes and suggest departures for his abstract paintings.