"Not long after producing the lithograph REVERIE and PARC MYSTERIEUX, I returned to New York to work again with Burr Miller & Sons. I wanted to express my image-merging concept in a different way; so, we printed HARMONY I and II. The tiles, spots on the trees, panes of glass in the doors and leaves; all have something in common: they fracture space into small pieces, but retain their natural character. It's a perfect example of a style of my work, which I have dubbed "border-line surrealism". Its theoretically possible, but highly unlikely. Pure surrealism is the presentation of something that is totally impossible."