To continue with printing for my field project work, and after being inspired by Betty Mcgeehans artwork, and after being inspired in Port talbot to look at human influence over nature, I have collected pieces of wood and began experimenting by creating prints with them, testing out what different effects I can make and how they change the atmosphere of the piece. I collected wood of different sizes and shapes. I particularly like the longer pieces of wood as they have a landscape, horizon line kind of feel to them where they look as though they are part of a sea scape. However, the smaller bits of wood I have food with sharp, straight edges represent more clearly what I want to get across to the viewer. The harsh edged compared to the natural lines o the wood represent humans influence over nature and how we destroy it.