In my current work, I explore the window as a surface for the application of site-specific art, and as a pictorial element. The plants, books, figurines, signs and window hangings arranged behind a glass windowpane occupy a borderland between private and public space. A window speaks volumes about the life within a building, and contributes to the atmosphere of the neighborhood. Some windows bear signs with unmistakable messages, welcoming immigrants or supporting the troops. Other windows are more subtle. Victorian lace curtains imply formality and a printed shawl implies spirituality. My work always begins by creating detailed ink wash or graphite drawings that allow me to explore and interpret the language of the architecture. I am creating a new cut paper installation for this exhibit.