Darryl Cox says that his unique artwork "fulfills the part of me that says 'no' to convention." He begins by exploring the woods near his home in central Oregon, looking for just the right piece of wood. He then returns to his studio to merge it seamlessly into a wood picture frame. The result is a sculpture that juxtaposes the civilized and the wild. From an orderly and ornate frame seemingly living tendrils reach out beyond old borders.