She was bright and hated the color black. Her name was Aurora, like the Aurora Borealis. Even though I was responding to my grandmother's death, I started making this collection by giving myself one limitation: I can not use black pigment. After finalizing the collaged compositions, I realized they looked like the aural displays we sometimes see in Wisconsin. With a little research, one can discover that the Northern Lights are displayed in many colors but pink and pale green are the most common. Perhaps, it is not a coincidence that my intuition led me to pulp paint them in such a way?