The images develop on a long cycle of imaginary landscapes, working with the transparency of devitrified material, the reflection of small bubbles within the glass layers, and the cut of glass sheets. Depth is achieved by means of a patina-covered sheet of metal which forms the background. The clearly defined composition remains open to many minute accidents which occur during the fusing process. Landscapes in the Rain are reminiscent of the air imbued with rain drops, creating a semi-transparent veil across the landscape. The landscape’s contours are hazy, and atmosphere is everything. The rain is heavy and soothing.