February 25 – March 19, 2022
While caring for her mother in her last weeks, Carolyn Pitts noticed that the many flowers sent by friends were quite beautiful even as they decayed. This led her to photograph the bouquets and later transform them into a series. She stumbled across the term Memento Mori (remember your death) and realized that this reminder to live your life to the fullest each day, described the body of work and her fascination with withering flowers.
This exhibit will be in the Corner Gallery.