Like Paul Cezanne whose renditions of Mont Sainte-Victoire cultivated the relationship between lived experience and perception, Etel Adnan oscillates between the poetic and philosophic among her recent abstract paintings. These small-scale works, numerous in quantity, inform landscapes while they symbiotically construct a condition of landscape. All of the works are untitled which direct their openness and rejection of pictorial signification. What the viewer sees is the interaction of muted aquamarine, cadmium green and flesh peach hues that connote a formal construction as much as a state of emotive happenstance. Blocks of color form the intangible relative to the way a horizon line is formed by a partnership of sky and earth.