The patterns and textures of these series — Aqua, Caelum, Flora, The Everglades, and Terra — on the changing environment are meant to exhibit the organic and ever-changing beauty present in nature, representing, as they do, the inexorability of nature’s triumph over permanence, and the endless possibilities and fascination in impermanence itself.  In decomposition’s side effects can be found recomposition’s beauty.

Fading palm fronds, Study I, 2019 Fading palm fronds, Study II, 2019 Group of banana leaves, Boca Raton, 2017 Palm leaf and sun, Florida, 2015 Three banana leaves Silver fronds, Florida, 2017 Banana palm leave in rain, Florida, 2017 Palm frond redux, Florida, 2017 Palm leaves and pink sunset, Florida, 2017 Banana leaf flare, 2017 Decaying palm fronds, Study V, 2019 Green and yellow palm leaves, 2019 Dwarf Palmetto branch, Florida, 2018 Sabal palm leaf, Study II, Florida, 2019 Banana leaves, Study I, Boca Raton, 2017 Banana leaves, Study II, Boca Raton, 2017 Sabal palm leaf, Florida, 2017 Banana leaves and sun burst, 2019 Banana leaves diptych, 2019 Two Banana leaves, Florida, 2017 Fading Palmetto leaf, 2019 Agave, Los Angeles, 2016 Silver Sabal, 2020 Banana leaves study, Delray Beach, 2017 Tropical vegetation, Florida, 2017 Ferns and Banyan tree, Florida, 2017 Banana leaf study Fallen palm leaf, Florida, 2017 Palmetto forest, 2020 Banana leaves, study II, 2015 Palm frond, Florida, 2015 Banana leaves, study I, 2015 Close-up palm frond, 2013 Gold banana leaves, 2017 Anahaw palm leaf in gold light Canes and yellow wall, 2018 Plant group in the Florida Keys, 2018 Palmetto sunrise, 2018 Banana leaves and sun flare, 2018 Leaf with drop, 2018 Fading palm leaf, 2019 Sabal palm leaves 1, 2019 Tropical forest, Study I, 2019 Leaf transition 1, 2019 Leaf transition 2, 2019 Leaf transition 3, 2019 Sabal palms, Study in blue I, 2019 Sabal palms, Study in blue II, 2019