“in time’s hum…” 2021 High Desert Museum

From High Desert Museum website

I’m honoured to share an exhibition of my work on flowers and pollinators with entomologist and friend, Lincoln Best.

Views of the Black & White images on the gallery walls:

The floral images on the walls of the gallery follow the chronology of bloom times, for the most part, A large native Larkspur marks the beginning of the Spring Wall. Although the Larkspur is not the earliest plant to bloom, placing it there was an aesthetic decision rather than a scientific one.

Detail of Spring Wall, with text, “Silent flowers speak only to the obedient ear within.” Onitsura.
Photo by Lisa Hopp-Robinson.

Detail of Summer/Fall Wall with text. “What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” T.S. Eliot.
Phot by Lisa-Hopp Robinson.

Installation view of monitors displaying a selection of small animations. Photo by High Desert Museum.

Detail of Sunflower animation. Photo by Lisa Hopp-Robinson.

Installation views of Pollen Walls. First image by High Desert Museum, and second and third images by Lisa Hopp-Robinson.