From the Introduction:
"Having an intense visual curiosity, as well as an abiding love of nature, I find myself enchanted by the designs and images that appear on the surfaces of stone, wood, and other organic materials. . . . The human mind being what it is--an instinctual organizer of the chaotic infinitude of the visual world--abstraction quickly transforms into figuration, and there appear clowns, monsters, wandering sages, birds aloft in cubist skies, comic or macabre human faces, body parts, hybrid animals, dreamscapes, apocalyptic visions, primordial and extraterrestrial landscapes. ... In the end, these images are not mere visual records of external objects, but independent visual realities, no longer "about" anything external to the images themselves, self-contained works of art and imagination." 94 images/120 pages.