I will be showing a body of work about the abundance and scarcity of water. These are woodcuts inspired by places where water is in a state of change, or flux, such as creeks, falls, and ocean. Movement and change are layered throughout these woodcut prints and I use color to retain memory of the watery places. Woodcuts printed in white or black represent the scarcity, the waste, or “ghostliness” of lost waters. Other woodcuts have hot colors in abstract landscapes reflecting a climatic change taking place.