In this topographical image of Indiana we can see the glacial moraines and till plains in the northern and eastern regions of the state (red and blue hues), while along the state�s southern border the Ohio River Valley and its tributaries present a rugged landscape. In green hues we see the Wabash River Valley as it reaches from Illinois across the entire state of Indiana to drain parts of western Ohio.
A cartographer by trade, Paul Hein has devoted over 30 years to creating maps and images that display a visual clarity and effectiveness of design. He presents with Topographics a series of abstract map images that combine the essence of form, color, place, adventure, memory, origin, and home.
Topographics are organized into three galleries: Landscapes, Cityscapes, and Watercolors.
The images seen in the Landscapes Gallery are actual digital elevation models of existing topography. In other words, they are maps of the earth's terrain, but without any of the place names, roads, or boundary lines that are normally associated with a traditional map. Paul has used these elevation models to create abstract works of art while maintaining...
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