In the musings section of his website Millard Arnold attempts to explain his unique approach to life and art. He says: "In its seemingly random symmetry, nature offers a panoply of ideas, concepts, truths and emotions. It pulsates with rhythm and energy; a majestic vitality from which consciousness is drawn and from which life itself is manifested."The result is a number of seemingly spontaneous, ethereal works that distil the forms and lines of nature into emotionally evocative panoramas — the actual emotion you might feel if sitting quietly and mindfully observing a natural environment.Though it isn’t necessarily a logical comparison visually, the work of 1920s Dutch artist Piet Mondrian springs to mind. While the artist focused on urban landscapes, abstracting the lines and rectangles to their absolute basics, the work contained a vibrancy that reflected the energy and "spiritual order" underlying the physical environment.Titles such as Broadway Boogie-Woogie beautifully sum up t...

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