That's the name I've given to this piece, now more or less in its final form. I photographed it before I put it under glass because I knew that would distort the picture and cause a glare. This still isn't a wonderful photo, but you'll get the idea.
After I cut the pieces apart I stitched on some Stef Francis hand dyed fiber that I had allowed to just drizzle over the piece and tacked it down where it lay. I thought they still needed something so I found the lime green mottled fabric, cut some small pieces, and frayed the edges. I hope you can click and get a closeup so you can see some detail. I decided not to stitch or otherwise finish the edges because I didn't want the pieces to look too self-contained. Since they can be seen from the back I used a mixed orange fabric for the backing. The title, Venutian Topography, occurred to me as I was thinking these pieces look a little like map insets in an atlas, but an atlas of what? Maybe Mars or Saturn would have been a better planet choice for color, but I like the word Venutian. My husband thought I was trying to say "Venetian". I had to set him straight.