Marking the artist’s time spent in the Middle East; Muscat is a quietly haunting portrayal of conflict with the absence of humanity. The abstracted landscape brings awareness to the chil- ling consequences of man’s effect on nature. The rich hues connote the nostalgic opulence of the city, with restless strokes and segments warning of the struggle ahead.  |  Acrylic with Touches of Oil | 3' x 6'  |  Private Gallery