For the day.

True enough. The forests of Walden, an eccentric home life, and the traditions of large format photography conspired.   With motherhood still leaving the gifts of used tissues and multitasking lists in her pockets, Augusta returned to mark making and photography. Her work is influenced by walking, and watching plants interact like her children, lover, friends, and foes.  Augusta constructs art to redefine spaces, reflecting where she has been and where she wants to be.