This series of prints was originally based on the inner ear.  Proprioceptors (maculae and christae) reside deep in the inner ear.  Like sea grass and level bubbles, they tell the body which way is up.  Damage to the proprioceptors can result in vertigo.

Turned ninety degrees from their original inception,  these interpretations of proprioceptors became landscapes, informing the body of its position relative to the horizon.

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2 thoughts on “STRATIFORMS

    1. Thank you! What a small world to randomly meet your husband, who knows exactly what monotype is. I was very excited to hear that you are in the Bellingham area. I just moved here recently.

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