"What is it about the landscape that awakens the deepest response in us? Surely it is the very unity of existence. The sense of the sublime of something far more deeply infused, whose dwelling is the light of the setting suns, and the round ocean, and the living air, and the blue sky, and the mind of man; a motion and a spirit that impels all thinking things, and objects, and all thoughts, and rolls through all things. We cannot be anything other than related, for every atom that makes up our constantly changing bodily form comes from the same source as the mountain, lake, bird, and fish."
(Winston Leathers, 1980 quoted in W.P. Thomson, “Collaborations – A Search for the Hidden Landscape”, Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Architecture 2 Gallery, 1989, from http://www.umanitoba.ca/schools/artgalleryoneoneone/wl05.html at 7:33 may 5.06)
Winston Leathers, 1980