Reflecting Horizons is a series of semi-abstract landscape images by contemporary artist Sharon Gordon. This series denotes multiples in which the artist explores, almost as in a visual laboratory, the relationships of color and form or of color and value as they provoke different emotional responses or suggest different referents to the natural world. Her work is intended to capture and transport the viewer into a segment of a larger landscape that may be seemingly ambiguous, yet familiar. The paintings provide an opportunity to wander through passages exploring one’s whereabouts, recalling moments of time and space that may have been visited before. She believes that the ability to look beyond the surface and examine components of a larger view is a key factor in her paintings as well as a vital part of understanding our place in a larger landscape. Experiencing a vista, particularly involving bodies of water, enhances the idea that an atmosphere can be an ever-changing, never-ending range of rhythm and volatility while remaining consistently whole. The view imposes a presence, a meter, balancing human scale and condition as a piece of a larger perspective.