Like her ancestors, Karen Lind is an artist and a gardener. This exhibit brings those two worlds together. Lind’s process is unique: first she paints large pieces of paper with tempera paint, then she hand cuts flowers, petals, and other shapes to create a collage. Each collage is photographed and then digitally altered to create the final image. Her color palette includes hydrangea blues, daylily yellows, rosy reds, and a myriad of greens. Last winter, she began including images of her ancestors, adding complexity and depth by moving from still life to landscape to portraits.