http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg4.jpg
Apodis
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg3.jpg
Aquilae
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg.jpg
Corvi
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg8.jpg
Columbae
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg7.jpg
Cygni
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg2.jpg
Gruis
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg6.jpg
Pavonis
http://joneskeyworth.com/files/gimgs/th-33_dg5.jpg
Phoenicis

Dark Gardens

The Dark Gardens are visual metaphors for the effect of mind-altering chemicals on consciousness and perception. Created with oils and crushed Celexa pills, the works were originally part of a larger canvas that was dismantled into eight fragments.