In these simple collages of organic materials including rare, handmade papers and paste from a British Museum recipe, architectural forms emerge from flat muted hues of earth toned shapes mostly brown and green, with brick red and minimal blue. The compositions follow an organic cubist model. Though they are textless, there is a trace amount of mark making. Some look like plan views of rural interchanges or baseball diamonds. Flatness is defied by diagonals indicating a doorway, the side of a building, a shadow. There is an idylic mood, like the sublime might dwell in the simplest shapes of civilization.