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With each passing season and year, the exhibition will grow and evolve, mirroring the creative emergence of nature. As it grows, it will be responsive to its ecosystem—the organisms and occurrences in its local surroundings and the broader world—unfolding with new revelations, extending in unexpected directions, and exploring and exposing the evolving relationship between humans and nature.

When "Mother Ayahuasca" is created, proceeds will benefit the Amazon and the indigenous people who protect this sacred plant...  "Little Peyote" will benefit American Indian tribes, while "The Mushroom Wizard" will help organizations using psilocybin to treat PTSD, and others finding environmental solutions harnessing fungi. Art education, wildlife, clean water, trees, climate, the economy, and healthy food are also topics for which I seek to create, partner, bring attention, and give benefit.

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