The graffiti botanical Diptych Unexpected Blooms No. 13 is a sensory journey. A fusion of art and nature. The rawness of graffiti and the delicate beauty of botanical forms. It explores the world of botanicals by reimagining their essence through abstract interpretations and hand-cut floral shapes. Hand cut Belgian linen and various mediums create a tactile two-dimensional experience. Botanicals are infused with color of graffiti walls and street ephemera showcasing the inherent complexities and layers found in street art and the natural world. The hand-cut elements extend slightly beyond the canvas, breaking the visual plane. A neutral palette invites viewers to appreciate the subtleties and nuances present in each piece. The absence of bold hues serves to amplify the intricate details, inviting a closer examination of the artwork’s raw, organic qualities. It is through this understated color palette that the ephemeral nature botanicals is brought to life. This work is framed with a slim, modern profile in a dark, charcoal stained wood.