These are prints that involve both my work and the work of Carolina Roussakis. We were attending a course at the University of Florida in July 2011, specifically printmaking. Our printmaking instructor Bob Mueller introduced us to a whole range of collaborative experiences. This project involved engraving (drypoint) into plastiboard and then printing, not only from our own plates, but "borrowing" someone else's plate and incorporating it into the print. Carolina had created a hypnotic shape reminiscent of a peacock feather that featured concentric and repeated lines emanating from its nexus. It is featured in the background of this print and forms the skyscape. When I returned home to my studio, I overprinted newer layers and collaged the prints as well. To me, they evoke a seascape representing night and day.