Her oldest known name is Persian: KATPATUKA, meaning ‘the land of beautiful horses.’
It is hard to explain to someone who has never been to Cappadocia; it is hard to explain the collective memory of all that ‘living’ she fostered for millions of earth years. How the volcanic lava and the ashes re-formed through the turning wheel of nature and the innocent human touch.
Cappadocia, known for its unique “fairy chimneys”, lies in central Anatolia, in the heart of Turkey. it was a show of respect to the soils that host ancient spirits, civilizations and rebellious horses…this series that cared only for simplicity was inspired by Cappadocia…you also may have been on a balloon and observed a sunrise that was none other than this color of soil..