In this image, the colorful clothespins and lines are visible, suspending the unfired slip dipped underglaze sheets. The lower image details the colorful porcelain rocks. Geologically deformed, the miniature topography is mountainous and alpine with deep crevasse and sharp peeks. The waxy, brightly colored glaze was dry sifted on the surface accumulating on the plains and ridge tops, sliding and settling in the valleys. Its vivid bright and new quality create a visual tension between the cold white geological physicality’s of the porcelain.