Wildflower is the first solo exhibition of artist-in-residence Henry Mowgli. Henry's work is the result of his immediate surroundings, which are processed, played, massaged, worried, robbed, and loved into a finished state. His wallball flower series observes a common New York sport, pulling and searching for beauty in accessible and unassuming places. He uses cheap rubber and paint that we see on the concrete walls of city parks. Henry's hand embroidery is an outlet for his writing. Each piece takes between 35 and 65 hours to complete by hand, presenting a positive challenge for the artist to go against his instant gratification impulses in our fast-paced world.