Time and localization form the central aspect of Meike Lohmann’s work. Her paintings aspire to establish a link between a landscape’s reality and its image as pictured in the mind of the viewer. In Farm, the use of embroidery coupled with acrylic gives the image a tactile quality. In this way, the earthen presence of a specific site, and the emotional attitudes associated with a farm, are realized physically, not merely visually. What confronts viewers is less a depiction of a particular thing, and more a complex experience alluding to a specific perceptual event.