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To study a leaf means to see both its growth and demise. One hopes for abundance in a garden and clings to intact form. But outside forces often gain control, and there is nothing to do but accept. Then void becomes as intriguing as form.

(L) Photograph of an insect eaten leaf inkjet printed on cotton organdy, then stitched.
(R) Final photograph from the textile deconstruction process.

Leave of Absence, Detail
Lacy Leaves Series:
Leave of Absence (Book 3)
Unbound Photographic Journal, Digital Photography
8" x 11" (each page), Overall 12'