Looking underwater at plant life in the Quaking Bog at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis, Evans found iridescent color, gestural movement, and baroque passageways. Her observations evolved into these abstract compositions.
Continuing the exploration of the plant life at Quaking Bog, Evans uses disparate elements to build a new world, leading to surprising relationships. Through collage, she explores endless possibilities between these seemingly discordant pieces to materialize wholeness.
In this collage series, Evans creates intimate worlds where collisions of pure color, snippets of her flood water photographs, and the light of the paper form delicate connections that are just barely holding.