Tracey Eastham uses found imagery on paper to make intricate, beguiling collages that explore stereotypical representations of nature and landscape. Her depictions of romantic and fantasy rural life are mediated through mass culture and art history, bringing together images appropriated from both classical and contemporary sources, and high and low culture. Her work uses references from 18th century English and Dutch romantic painting, portrayals of ‘wild’ Western America, sci-fi and romantic book covers, and images of stylised jewellery and natural objects.