The photogram is a direct printing technique originating in the earliest days of photography. Isabel has taken the early concept of the photogram, or cameraless photography, and brought it up to date using current equipment and coloured photographic paper in the darkroom. Each image is unique: they are not computer generated or enhanced. Taking botanical specimens as a starting point, these fascinating works explore the interface between printmaking and photography. But these are no herbarium specimens, instead they have a spiritual eloquence that has little to do with reality.