I really like rocks. In this piece I created them both with sheer fabrics and muslin. Imaged on sheer fabrics, they have an almost liquid character—perfect for a landscape filled with dreams and memory. I also printed and painted them on muslin, creating areas of solidity. The acrylics behave completely differently monotype printed on different fabrics. This, combined with the intricate shapes of rocks and their shadows, makes them an appealing subject matter for me. Rocks provide weight. They imply a place of division – walls, the surface of the ground. Yet rocks are reassuring and weighty. It’s pleasing to step on rocks. Deceptively simple, each has its own rich environment of color and pattern.