Water Cycles is the result of a poetic link between creative possibilities in the print process and ice formation from hexagonal crystals. The prints that make up this project are made by printing woodcut plates with variations in order to create patterns which are spread on the surface of the pa-per. In this way, the process of printing evokes the infinity of shapes formed from a basic structure, which can be seen in the water crystallization.

An image from a zenith above clouds and oceans had been engraved onto 120 wood plates which have been printed on the surface of the paper in a sequential way. This printing process builds the pictures following an isometric net in the same way that the ice crystallization is propagated around space from this geometric structure. So, shape, color and texture invade the void through mathematical rhythm in an infinite dialogue between matter and emptiness.