Harmonia was created with printmaker Jillian Ross during a visit to the studio to work on monotypes. The plate was created from misty and translucent spitbite marks produced by the artist applying nitric acid to the aquatinted plate and diluting the plate into water. One wonders if this is perhaps a scene set in the afterlife/underworld where all substance has been taken away with the mortal life, leaving only the indistinct shapes and memories of forms. The pot and the more abstracted shapes definitely have something reminiscent of Babylonian pottery, if not Abyssinian. This image was printed with Gamblin Portland Cool Black etching ink.