Sound Waves 4: Red Line references back to the first two pieces in the series, with the graphic lines and references to oscilloscopes and seismograph printouts. Yellow and black are the predominate colors in this piece with the dynamic addition of a dark, bold red. Muted versions of other colors float and merge within the piece upon closer inspection. Mysterious images emerge from the bands of black: a torso of a person, wings of a bat or bird, outlines of bushes, etc.
The detail image of the back of the artwork shows the extensive stitching at its best. A close-up image of the front of the work shows the delicate mix of color and hue from the dye choices and the shadow play created by the stitching. For a brief video discussing the artistic process, visit YouTube. Once again, the artwork is designed to be displayed in either a vertical or horizontal orientation which gives the work a new appearance with each change in display.