Adriane Strampp’s painting practice examines the subtlety and nuance of memory and experience through poetic imagery and personal mythology. As a romantic painter, her ethereal landscape-inspired works are less about subject as the sentiment that they convey. Her works tends to begin with a central image, paring it back with thin layers of oil paint and wax until subject and shadow become indeterminate. Through this process of erasure, Strampp invites us to question what is ‘real’ and what is not, offering multiple opportunities for connection of experience.?