There will always be something so therapeutic yet exciting about horticulture: the soft bed of grass, the vibrant blooms, that distinct organic scent, and the variety of life that exist within. In a way, they appear much like a contemplative collage sprouting from our human experiences, each element planted and nurtured with a reflective purpose. Julie Liger Belair’s online exhibition “Garden Thoughts” presents just that, through her six assemblage artworks on paper. This exhibition exudes pieces of serenity in each work, collectively portraying an estate of personal introspections on how we choose to let our inner gardens grow.