The artwork presented here, which imagines a landscape of Post-Modern artifacts, is rendered in ink, color pencil, and enamel on opaque mylar, watercolor paper, and cream color trace paper.
Geology is a landscape composed entirely of man made forms. Even though this type of landscape is a creation of man it retains the character of the Earth. The composition that was created here was viewed as an opportunity to cast a relationship between the natural landscape and a metaphorical one. Using a combination of Italian palazzi and post-modern artifacts the landscape became a view into man's architectural past. Ultimately any built form placed on this "landscape" would be conceptually purified since a man made structure (perhaps a house) would be only referring only to another built structure, the landscape.