Vance Kirkland Is the first artist I would exhibit. He is an excellent example of the imagination's interpretation of nature. <ul><li>“ Sunset” Vance Kirkland, watercolor, 1941 </li></ul>http://blogs.du.edu/today/files/2008/03/Vance-Kirkland-Colorado.jpg
Though he made fabulous paintings of nature, he was not secluded to that content. <ul><li>He also mastered abstract representations of color, rhythm, and movement.
“ Forces of Energy on a Sun 27 Billion Light Years from Earth” (detail), 1980, oil and water on linen </li></ul>
<ul><li>Georgia O' Keefe would also be included because of her unique depiction of nature. </li></ul><ul><li>“ White Shell” Georgia O' Keefe 1938 </li></ul>“Lake George”
Her style is different in her focus on the delicate and feminine side of nature. <ul><li>“ Red Poppy” Georgia O' Keefe </li></ul>
Kim Keever is an obvious choice because of the creativity he applies to his original depictions of nature. <ul><li>“ Kim Keever Studio Views”
An ideal exhibition would be on a hiking trail, such as Lookout Mountain trail. Although mounting the paintings would be difficult and marble sculptures weren't made to lug up a mountain, its hypothetical, why not go big? Kirkland 1997