‘In Bloom’, celebrates Spring and the splendor of flora's vibrant palette. The exhibition features different artists’ interpretations of botanicals across various mediums. This selection of artwork serves to illustrate the sensuous beauty of flowers, as well as the symbolism found within the cyclical nature of life. In her prints, Hung Liu adopts and interprets traditional Chinese images of flowers, incorporating their historical significance. Maggie Shafran reminds us of our own impermanence with her translation of flowers, which she calls, “Little Pieces of Death.” Laura McPhee’s large format photography captures the beauty of Idaho wildflowers, while exploring the intersection of man and nature. Kathy Moss’s large-scale paintings serve as archetypes, relying on the psychological associations we assign to flowers. Works on a more intimate scale will also be featured, such as beeswax collages by Kenna Moser and chiaroscuro tulips by Michael Gregory. Additional artists include Betsy Margolius, Diane Andrews Hall, Jenny Abell, Sheila Gardner, among others.