Four drawings were produced in total.
Ideally, these would be displayed mounted on foamboard with holes cut through behind to give the burnt holes depth and shadows, then framed in a black box frame unmounted showing the deckled edges of the paper.
Unfortunately I cannot post them like this for assessment, so for this I have mounted them in card.
The holes burnt out of these maps mark the locations of the ash trees in the landscape and show the devastating impact their loss to ash-dieback will have. There is a glimmer of hope that 5-10% of the trees will survive due to genetic diversity, which is depicted by some tree locations picked out in gold leaf.