The artworks reflect an ongoing body on work that depicts multiple perspectives of the landscape. Beginning as painting worked directly onto linen, this series of works were initiated within the local landscape. Contemporaneously, exposed to the elements, cyanotype prints of endemic species of flora were revealed onto canvas. The paintings were then reiterated in drawing media, the drawn lines of the landscape embossed and cut in plywood. The act of transferring between media, processes and layers, references the various elements of the land and our association with it: using the sun to develop prints; taking imprints from the surface of the terrain; mark making on paper and wood; linear drawing, printmaking and plywood intersect; together they evolve into another iteration like the shift and waring of the land and while some contour remnants remain, new forms emerge. Layering surface, media and process, the works attempt to reveal something of how the land has shifted over millennia. There is a play between the positive and negative shape that reveals a portal into the past and future landscape.