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2018, 19 1/2 x 13 1/8 inches, colored pencils, graphite pencils and pastels. This is a detail of the lower right corner from 'Interwoven Relationships Between Phlox and Pollinators' and depicts mid to late summer when nectar and pollen are plentiful. Squares and rectangles consist of drawn plant parts, spiders, hummingbird moths and skipper butterflies. Edges of the drawing extend outward past the main composition and are torn as an analogy representing a scene "ripped" from nature suggesting pollinators and plant were abruptly removed from their natural habitat.