“Still life with Magnolias and an Ancient America vessel”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Gardiner Ceramic Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The pre-Columbian vessel is 1500 years old. It was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Gardiner Ceramic Museum. The magnolia flowers came from the artist's garden. They are ancient flowers that existed on earth before the dinosaurs.

“Still life with red Tulips and a Turkish vase”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

Tulips first grew in the highlands of Turkey and Mongolia. Sixteenth century plant hunters brought them to Austria and Holland where they were hybridized to become the flowers we know and love today. The Turkish vase was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Royal Ontario Museum. The tulip flowers came from the artist's garden.

“Still life with white Clematis and a Chinese teapot”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Gardiner Ceramic Museum), 60”X60”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The teapot was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Gardiner Ceramic Museum. The clematis flowers came from the artist's garden.

“Still life with pink Japanese Anemones in a Japanese vase, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Gardiner Ceramic Museum), 60”X60”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The vase was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Gardiner Ceramic Museum. The anemone flowers came from the artist's garden.

“Still life with Limelight Hydrangeas in a Delft tulipiere”, 2017(Vase from the Artist’s collection), 60"X60", limited edition, archival pigment print.

The vase is a 'tulipiere', made by Delft in Holland. The Hydrangea flowers come from the artist's garden.

Still life with white Mount Hood Narcissus in a Staffordshire jug”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The Staffordshire pitcher was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Royal Ontario Museum. The narcissus flowers came from the artist's garden.

“Still life with Siberian Iris in a Roycroft vase”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The Roycroft vase was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Royal Ontario Museum. The Iris flowers come from the artist's garden.

“Still life with Onion Flowers in a tripod Ancient America vessel” , 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Gardiner Ceramic Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The pre-Columbian vessel was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Gardiner Ceramic Museum. The onion flowers came from the artist's kitchen garden. 

Still life with white Anemone Canadensis in an Italian pharmaceutical vessel”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum), 40”X40”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The pharmaceutical jar was photographed by TM Glass with permission from the Royal Ontario Museum. The anemone flowers came from the artist's garden.

“Still life with Parrot Tulips and Bleeding Heart in a Japanese vase”, 2017 (Vase courtesy of the Gardiner Ceramic Museum), 60”X60”, limited edition, archival pigment print.

The Japanese vase was photographed with permission at the Gardener Ceramic Museum. The Parrot Tulips and Bleeding Heart flowers came from the artist's garden.