Graffiti Garden No. 3 is a blooms, butterflies and street ephemera mash up—a little more grunge, patina and texture. Pure fantasy garden. This work mixes pixelated florals with butterflies, gestures and vibrant colors from decaying graffiti walls. Imagery is physically burnished into the surface of the substrate in multiple stages intertwined with acrylic, pigment ink, spray paint and gold and copper leaf to form a composed work of art that is uniquely individual blending nature with the urban landscape that is truly atmospheric.