In these works, geological-looking land forms appear, like black and white aerial photography of mountainous landscapes or rock formations or emergent coastlines.
These Terrae or earth textures are created with ink and water puddles on paper left outside in the sun to dry. The quicker it evaporates the more defined the contours, so the hotter the weather the better the result. These are the instruments of creation. The process is as much experimentation as it is meditation, a quiet exploration of the inner landscape.