Ebony G. Patterson,<em> ...a nest above...checkered shoes...beyond a green felt hat...candles no longer lit in the garden in bloom...</em> , 2019.  Digital print on archival watercolor paper with hand-cut and torn elements, fabric, poster board, acrylic gel medium, feathered butterflies, 112 1/8 x 136 x 7 inches. Courtesy the artist; Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago; and Hales Gallery, New York.
Ebony G. Patterson, ...a nest above...checkered shoes...beyond a green felt hat...candles no longer lit in the garden in bloom... , 2019. Digital print on archival watercolor paper with hand-cut and torn elements, fabric, poster board, acrylic gel medium, feathered butterflies, 112 1/8 x 136 x 7 inches. Courtesy the artist; Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago; and Hales Gallery, New York.

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RE: Botanical Spirits

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Taking inspiration from the gardens in Ebony G. Patterson’s exhibition, Nezka Pfeifer, Museum Curator at the Missouri Botanical Garden and an expert in botanical and biocultural history, discusses the social impacts of the production and distribution of plant-based spirits and their relationship to histories of oppression.

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