The Recycled Landscapes are all made on plastic, metal, or cardboard lids, boxes, and scrap. The scenes depicted sometimes describe specific places, but mostly suggest the romantic ideal of the Hudson Valley landscape.

Often the artist uses the leftover oil paint that is on her palette after a day of work. Each surface is prepared with archival methods, varnished afterward, and ready to hang using recycled material.

The images here represent an ever-changing wall of works.