David Morrison challenges the idea of what is cherished in nature by celebrating the beauty of the over-looked and the imperfect. Found broken branches, a peeling sycamore tree, bug-eaten leaves and flower buds provide fodder for his work. The artist is enthralled by the subtle details in nature that are only observed up close. Using colored pencil on paper, Morrison delicately showcases the molecular vastness of these discovered fragments of nature. His meticulous execution invites repeated close inspection and analysis. Each drawing isolates his subject individually against a pristine white paper. This isolation sets the found castaways apart and elevates them from debris to icon status. The densely rendered shadows cast beneath each object create an animated ghost-like life, emphasizing light and announcing the new life awakening in spring.