Holland pursues Art that tends to push boundaries. Studio VI is one example because it's steeped in the traditional practice of hand-drawn imagery by observation yet also involves digital media and a complex understanding of how depth and perspective are interpreted by the eye. The artwork is drawn on multiple layers to achieve physical and perceived-depth. Conceptually, this work relies on the evolution of the image through Holland's mark-making process. Studio VI is the accumulation of lines, in the hundreds of thousands, plus hundreds of hours of looking upon the details of the still life. The final product serves as a physical record of his visual experience and organization.