The project consists of a series of abstract drawings created in dialogue with nature. They are part of a project that I have been working on for several years and they are drawn directly on different rocks by the sea in Norway. The marks from the organic charcoal sticks disappear with the rain, but I photograph the drawings as soon as they are done. The rocks are part of the general public, in the same way as forests and mountains. At a time when the environment is under pressure, they represent something vulnerable and solid. The drawings are upfront close, intimate dialogs. In the artistic sense, the seaside rocks represent a solid material, and with various charcoal lines, poetic, rhythmic pulsations of emotions and surfaces arise inviting walks into an emotional landscape - an inner / outer space.