Riffe Center of Art, 1991
Cast aluminum weeds and wild flowers, aluminum powder on vellum; from a visit to an estate in the south of France which had been a Benedictine monastery and hospice. I was privileged to spend time in the adjoining cemetery. This small cemetery was a tranquil and isolated space, enclosed by high walls. It contained rows of delicate, metal crosses and tall weeds that grew among the crosses from the dusty soil.