“Paper Rivers” wall installation a nine foot reach

Every curvy line represents a place where water meets land on the surface of our earth.
Every curvy edge represents a place where water meets land on the surface of our earth. These approximately one hundred pieces of printed archival paper, cut into the shapes of the rivers and surrounding land forms, previously printed as complete images, now connect to each other to form branches, veins, tributaries, as you wish.
Detail of my first ever wall installation!
Detail of my first ever wall installation! (There are five separate pieces within the foreground arched branch.)

Untitled wall installation from my broader “Paper Rivers” solo show at Gillis Gallery (now Gillis Art Lab, in keeping with their intent to showcase experimental work, completed or not.)

Wish I had taken more detail photos! Lesson learned.