Jensen’s masterful, structural painting style gives landscape painting a welcome abstraction and a fresh perspective. Hand in hand with line drawing, he uses colour fields to construct planes of depth in his part literal, part figurative representations of exterior panoramas. Jensen isn’t afraid to let the medium speak for itself, and often globs on paint so thick that it becomes a small sculpture in itself. Seen from afar his works resemble small pallets, each with its own eclectic charm.
Originally published in issue #129, July-August 2014.