Some Landscapes has a great post about landscape artist/musician Richard Skelton. As evident in works like Landings, Skelton is an artmonk, an eco-process-relationalist extraordinaire, and very much the musical equivalent of the kinds of artists I wrote about here.

Threads Across the River (which follows Scar Tissue in the video below) is beautiful:

Music from a Tree, while less process-relational, is enjoyable:

Or watch them simultaneously for a different experience.

More here and here.

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