One of a four-piece collection. Decades ago when I started studying Cartography I was introduced to a traditional technique of mapping that utilised a plastic-coated sheet called Scribe Coat. With the use of a tool called a Scribe, clean crisp lifework was scribed into the sheet to produce perfect linework via photographic means. The finished map was produced by creating several sheets depicting separate information. Each sheet was then photographed and the result was plates that could then be used to produce numerous copies of the map.
The painting is continued on the sides of the canvas. The painting is signed on the front and authenticated on the rear of the canvas.