A series of nine color prints make up the project. The images reflect various aspects of man and his natural environment. As such, they are studies in incorporating free form with structural form and in using color to give the illusion of depth and space. Each print relates to the others through the control of the technical means and through a restriction of image possibilities. The prints are combinations of two or three printmaking techniques: intaglio, relief and collagraph. The plates were shaped to define and project the image. The predominant colors consist of cooler hues which give the prints a somber mood. All of the prints are printed with Mirajet offset ink, thinned down with burnt plate oil #00 and printed on Rives Heavy paper. The project is significant to the artist as a means of experiencing a range of technical possibilities which will then allow the artist to express his image through the most appropriate technique. A set of 35mm color slides of the project is on file with the Art Department of San Diego State College.