Scott Greene and Walter Robinson are New Mexico artists working in the big themes: the natural world, and its relationship to the built environment. The easy thing to say is that Scott creates negative utopian worlds where nature seeks her revenge. The truth of his work is much more nuanced: his use of oil paint is the finest. Walter Robinson uses natural materials like wood from his old trees to fashion weapons, carts, animals all with the precision of a fine furniture maker. Scott’s and Walter’s works crash together brilliantly in a kind of “unnatural selection.”
View the works in the exhibition here.