Meadows are often seen as idyllic settings, pastoral refuges of sorts. Homes to crops, wildlife and various flora, they can also be harbingers of change.
A paradox often arises between the pre-existing natural order and the perceived need to manipulate that order. This dichotomy creates a tension between potential danger and the seductive allure to improve upon things. It is here where the main thematic elements of the 'Meadows' series reside.