More elegantly muscular than delicate (after Strange Plants III), archival pigment print, 2021



Never do they cease to be in flower and in fruit (in reference to King Alcinous’s orchards,
Homer, Odyssey, Book 7), archival pigment print, 2021



Human organs, words with too many meanings, and insomnia (the sadness of Purple, after Mary Ruefle), archival pigment print, 2021



The tulips should be behind bars like dangerous animals (after Sylvia Plath), archival pigment print, 2020



The table laid before a party, the unperceived and therefore never felt and seldom expressed; the funeral silence of bones beneath the green carpet of evenly cut grass
(the sadness of green, after Mary Ruefle), archival pigment print, 2021



From Never do they cease to be in flower and in fruit, archival pigment print, 2021



From more elegantly muscular than delicate (after Strange Plants III, archival pigment print, 2021



From the sadness of Purple (strawberry), after Mary Ruefle, archival pigment print
2021



From the sadness of Purple (tulip), after Mary Ruefle, archival pigment print, 2021



The sadness of naps and hand sanitizer; the citrus of sadness (Yellow, after Mary Ruefle), archival pigment print, 2021



Lemon Moons, archival pigment print, 2020



Before they came the air was calm enough / The broken tulips eat my oxygen
(after Sylvia Plath and Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder), archival pigment print, 2020