Established in the early 1900s, Camp Curry is below Half Dome and Glacier Point in Yosemite. The tent cabins and aesthetic lean into that time frame of rustic living. A strange dissonance is produced between the abundance of light and electricity in the dark forest. Referencing more of an amusement park then a wilderness camp, it reveals these sites to be focused on reenacting and performing the mythologies of how these landscapes came to be cherished. The curves in the top of this painting reference the popular format of early American Landscape Photography. They give a religiosity to the images, similar to the curves of an altarpiece painting. This painting is a presentation of rustic camping in Nature as being an integral part of the nation’s mythology.