Wild. Life. presents Michael Gray’s collection of monotype prints of Florida flora that he calls Epiphyte. Inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights (1495–1505), the images may be understood to illustrate a battle ground, a disarray of chaotic madness, where leaves take over the horizon and reduce signs of any other life form. The intimate portrayal of war between the foliage turns becomes, for some viewers at least, a protective shield. The environmental context is lost as the viewer is faced with a pattern of incessant wrangle—perhaps reflective of our own internal wars, and how humans, who are also part of this nature, turn on each other.