With a focus on place and environment, through marking time, Caroline Wisler’s practice serves as a recording of flora, found objects, and other materials in their most organic state. The historical photographic technique Cyanotype allows her to create stunning imagery through the direct transfer of plant and found materials. This process harnesses natures’ natural energy, the sun, to capture the marks, shadows, silhouettes, and outlines of found flora and other objects. Her practice is informed and inspired according to the landscape she is working within and the materials found there. Her ‘Palms’ series captures the raw, organic beauty of flora in its’ most natural state, with the bold contours and receding shadows creating imagery that is full of movement, beauty, and elegance.