2018, colored pencils, graphite pencils and pastels. This is a detail of the lower left corner from 'Interwoven Relationships Between Phlox and Pollinators'. The formed squares consist of drawn aspects of the summers end such as drying and falling flower petals, spiders and their webs, bug eaten leaves and seedpods. The hummingbird moth is depicted as still seeking nectar from the scarce remaining flowers. Square backgrounds are slightly bluer in color than the rest of the drawing alluding to cooler weather approaching.