My work, Between Tides, reflects my internal and external explorations of tidal pools on the Gulf of Maine. In this work, I aim to capture the anxieties of rising ocean temperatures through a microcosmic exploration of the intertidal zone. My process begins with a site-specific ritual of submerging textiles in saline pools, working additively and reductively. While the textiles are immersed at low tide, I collect local chicken eggs to create tempera paints to make the markings. I subject the pieces to a simulation of conditioning by stoning the paintings and then leaving them for extended periods of time, causing some forms to be erased and salt crystals to take on their own shapes. Through this process, I am attempting to capture an ephemeral experience of memory related to place, self, and climate. By exploring color and mark making, I strive to create a visual representation of the complexity of our relationship to the environment and its shifts.