Spectrums is about looking for beauty in unconventional places. It is a study of color, and makes a clear comment on consumerism by largely being made up of advertisements. Each sheet is evaluated only based on its color value, then is sorted accordingly. Every last bit of paper is used, and the canvases for in this collection are once used. Someone's old painting, or a print that is produced in a factory for big box stores are treated the same. Both are subject to the finite life cycle of our resources. Then, revitalized for this collection of works to help show that an object's value can extend further than expectation.