Palindromos: Running back again (Greek)

Many of the prints I have produced employ a palindromic or dual form. As well as representing the physical landscape from two diametrically opposite viewpoints, they portray concepts, interpretable from contrasting perspectives, often subjectively following one approach and objectively the other.

Most of these investigations depict my responses to the landscape of Scotland.

These palindromic forms and concepts detail both the objective physical and environmental conditions of the landscape, transposed with the more subjective aspects of human history, memory and mythology.

Introspectively from one direction, on the personal associations of memory and sensory response to a certain heathland/shoreline region. From the other antithetical viewpoint, I detail more objective, topographical, geological, meteorological and environmental particulars of the area.