Abandoned the figures, instead beginning with the point of a compass. All drawings/paintings in this group grew out of a pattern from sacred geometry, the Flowers of Life, a grid made of curves which produces infinite potential for picking out flowing energies, constellations and geometric forms- an activity and a symbol of our constant selection from multiple possibilities. Two types of figures entered this work: 1) a bird, which flies through some of the paintings, making the geometry act as a background setting and 2) silhouettes of visitors to the studio, traced directly in with charcoal, making reference to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and the myth of the first drawing, the Corinthian Maid.