Isabel Moseley
In this work, Orographic, Isabel Moseley imagines clouds that develop in response to the Earth’s topography. Many of Moseley’s pieces work with subjects that are unexplainable or perhaps even invisible; such as weather conditions, the chemical make up of certain materials or even natural occurrences such as sunrise and sunset. In this work, Moseley interprets the makeup of clouds in the language of topography. An unusual combo with beautiful results! To check out more of her work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Isabel Moseley
Isabel Moseley
In this work, Orographic, Isabel Moseley imagines clouds that develop in response to the Earth’s topography. Many of Moseley’s pieces work with subjects that are unexplainable or perhaps even invisible; such as weather conditions, the chemical make up of certain materials or even natural occurrences such as sunrise and sunset. In this work, Moseley interprets the makeup of clouds in the language of topography. An unusual combo with beautiful results! To check out more of her work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Isabel Moseley

Isabel Moseley

In this work, Orographic, Isabel Moseley imagines clouds that develop in response to the Earth’s topography. Many of Moseley’s pieces work with subjects that are unexplainable or perhaps even invisible; such as weather conditions, the chemical make up of certain materials or even natural occurrences such as sunrise and sunset. In this work, Moseley interprets the makeup of clouds in the language of topography. An unusual combo with beautiful results! To check out more of her work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

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Isabel Moseley

In this work, Orographic, Isabel Moseley imagines clouds that develop in response to the Earth’s topography. Many of Moseley’s pieces work with subjects that are unexplainable or perhaps even invisible; such as weather conditions, the chemical make up of certain materials or even natural occurrences such as sunrise and sunset. In this work, Moseley interprets the makeup of clouds in the language of topography. An unusual combo with beautiful results! To check out more of her work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

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  Posted on January 17, 2013

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