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History Maps of Seas and Oceans

No track nor pattern of evidence has been left behind by ancient mariners, nor immigrants, nor voyagers in the seas and oceans of Planet Earth. Social and cultural influences evolve as humankind sail the seas in migration, travel or conquest.



Our earliest cultural connections were across the seas and oceans. Bays and gulfs have been places of refuge, piracy, hazard, and treasure. The vastness of Planet Earth is realized in the empty horizons of the oceans. Coastal land forms define the edges of this vastness.


Planets and Moons


Maps of an Azure Odyssey  

Maps of cultures and places under the azure skies of this Earth: these are “inaccurate” maps of global

experiences and notions, created in mixed media collage while circling the oceans and continents of the world.

All framed maps are $888.



Azure is the color of the sky. 


Maps are used to find the way in unfamiliar places. 

Maps are used to record events and experiences. 

Maps are created to chart anything, anywhere.   

Maps help us to find the way – or may also help to lose oneself. 

These maps display facts of location overlaid with subjective and experiential sensations.

These maps employ respective cultural designs and motifs.

The decorative motifs of the cultures are the people.


Espacios Dorados   Patterned, gilded collage images of light in architectural spaces that are, perhaps Spanish, Turkish, Indian, Moroccan. These mixed-media collages of exotic, mysterious, and magical interior spaces. These places all have a golden glow. The subject is of light entering through doors and windows.



History Map

Atlantic Ocean