Aloe Plant at Dorland (on fabric), California. 2017.
This body of work was created during a two-week artist residency at Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula, CA. Without having access to a darkroom; I utilized the intense desert sun to create cyanotypes in response to the environment. The fragile dry landscape is made up of a fascinating unique variety of plants and surreal geologic features. These attributes are visual historic records of the changing desert landscape and I am drawn to its otherworldly feeling.