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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.

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photo print on aluminum plante

Erosion Patterns Haiku, Utah (2015)


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