Human attempts to control and predict the weather are fascinating to me. Each season, we have a prepared list of names for each major storm that can come our way. We have color coded radar maps that apply hues symbolically in order to alert us to the patches of rain, wind, and force that are thought to be encountered. When the storm breaks, news reports discuss each storm as though it is a person, imbuing it with a personality as details are described. There is an effort to identify, categorize, and understand each system. Ultimately, we are powerless against these sublime forces. In this series, I explore storms using screenprinted textures of raindrops that I have created using sand and water. The raindrops dictate how I cut the paper, and I am not fully in control of the results. As I print, cut, and stare, I find myself sitting in the middle of each disturbance, rearranging pieces that no longer fit together.