Silt and sand beds erode into fantastic art forms and colors.
This image of a highly erosive anticline in central Utah near Capitol Reef National Park was inspired during morning light on a flight from California to Santa Fe NM. It resembles classic ink block prints, and when viewed upside down the terrain inverts, creating a negative space illusion.
Erosion Patterns Haiku, Utah, was selected for the National Juried Show at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016 by Juror Brian Glass.
photo print on aluminum plante