The work is an extension of meditation practice, with a focus on a reocurring pattern or theme that started as a way of translating rippling water or the movement of wind. This pattern has developed into a means of conveying mood or pulse as well as framing the context of the central imagery. Often plants and nature are represented through a uniquely oversimplified and imaginary lens. The reoccuring potted plants have come to represent different people and times. As a potted plant, the roots are cut off from the outside world and the appearance of the plant is determined by humans and culture, presented in a vessel that can be easily moved and manipulated. Serving as an allegory for the fragility, isolation, and the cultural sculpting all humans face. However, this meaning may never reach the surface as the beauty and serene nature of the work could mask this subtext. The intention of the work is to convey simple moods of peace and mindfulness to the viewer.