Theresa Henson explores organic processes of shape and movement and the implicit transcendent encounters among variations of scale. With an array of mixed media materials—including wood, ceramics, and fibers—she studies the proliferations of forms found in diverse ecosystems in plants and organisms, communities, and the self. She invites others into an idiosyncratic world of haptic memory with ideas of growth that account for pain and destruction as well as intuition and breakthrough. Her inspirations include Japanese aesthetics of the worn and broken, Byzantine iconography, baking, and motions of daily tending that create the flowing tactile world of caring for life.