The important point in the process where our visual action develops from 'seeing' to 'landscape' is that the visual action comes to obtain its spatial foundation. I studied mainly how visual actions performed the cognitive development from sensory to spatial views. And a visual-action field was conceptualized as the spatial foundation of the visual action. The visual-action field is composed of the events extending from 'here' to 'there', accompanied by our progressive intelligences. I examined the properties of events in Whitehead's natural philosophy, and attempted to denote visual-action fields by morphological languages. Moreover, I studied the systems of Lewin's and Piaget's life spaces, and analyzed how our life space could develop by means of visual-action.