Her images of the desert, great plains, cities, sea and the open road all convey the obvious sense of motion creating much less of a descriptive landscape or cityscape by literally blurring the horizon line and creating a painterly effect. They’re not representational, but much more emotional. In many cases the brain is able to recognize what it’s seeing, but the feeling one experiences is a little disconcerting. All within the frame, she’s able to test the boundaries, between photography and drawing and abstract and representational.” (Melanie McWhorter, photo-eye Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2010)
“I’m interested in the borderline between photography and drawing; fast and still; pop and conceptual; handmade and fabricated; art and design; psychological and spiritual; fixed and limitless; abstract and representational. I think of my current work as photographic / drawing. The process for the foundation of the images is photographic – the evolution and final production is drawing.
I explore the evolution of the perceived landscape – created by the pervasive acceleration of images – which has exponentially intensified, and dulled, our cognitive understanding of our environments, memories, and culture. My process is a blending of experience, memory, and intuition.” Danae Falliers