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A Spoonfull Weighs A Ton II

Reed Gallery

Cincinnati, OH

Ceramics, Bronze, Acrylic on Canvas, Wood, Soil

Our soil is teeming with life; billions of microorganisms are contributing uniquely to the decomposition process, repairing and preparing the soil to nourish all life. This work is a celebration of the gigantic impact that these microscopic creatures have on our soil.

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A Spoonful Weighs A Ton

Every teaspoon of soil is alive with billions of microorganisms representing thousands of different species, each contributing uniquely to the decomposition process. Thanks to these creatures, our soil is able to remain healthy and fertile, providing a constant flow of essential nutrients to our ecosystem. Thanks to them we are able to grow crops. Although they are unseen with the naked eye, they are essential components to our ecosystem.

Dinner is Served

Acrylic Paint, Porcelain, Stoneware, Terracotta, Soil

Our soil is alive with trillions of microorganisms representing thousands of different species, each contributing uniquely to the decomposition process. Thanks to these creatures, our soil is able to remain healthy and fertile, providing a constant flow of essential nutrients to our ecosystem.