This group of drawings were all created during Relyea's yearly trip to his family's camp in northeastern Vermont. The themes are varied, touching on many ideas that he believes are fundamental, base aspects of human life.
Depictions of deterministically carved objects with pathways running along their planes question the reasons for our daily, seemingly mundane decisions 
The reasons behind the trajectories of human processes are imagined, keeping in mind the exercise of imagining is more important than being correct 
Permeated walls submerged in the liquidity of life represent how fear limits our view of the outside world.
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