2018, SIZE colored pencils, graphite pencils and pastels. This is the upper right corner close-up of 'Interwoven Relationships Between Phlox and Pollinators’. The square and rectangle depicts two Skippers, a bumblebee and a hummingbird moth among Phlox flowers. The Phlox flowers form a pattern of verticals in the background of the square. The drawing gradually fades toward the edges with less and less color eventually evolving into outline renderings of insects. The implication is the depicted fading insects are flying away to find another existing habitat.