At first glance they look like accidental exposures by Tina Barney. But the problem of nature confronted by the decor it inspired, emerges from these suburban interiors and exteriors. The figure is excised almost completely. Just two hands appear among these large prints, both gloved, both holding cigarettes up to foliage, insulated from nature and what they hold. Floral prints (and their reflections) cast an accusing finger at the remove from which we experience the natural world. A toy horse concurs. Likewise, a lump of bleu cheese is more alive than the floral pattern sofa on which it sits.