Laurie Lee-Georgescu’s woodcut prints deal with unresolved conflict. Often the landscape is broken up, with fantastical shifts in scale that warp the power structure existing between figures. Inspired from radio stories, newspaper photographs, and her own experiences, the characters are placed in a story that is neither at a beginning nor an end -- and their disconnected relationships encourage new interpretations from the viewer. Where are the people coming from, and where is the scene going? Printmaking allows Lee-Georgescu to continuously modify and manipulate the composition and encourages discoveries that help realize her vision.