In A Wild Garden is a metaphor designed to address my eclectic style of composition. In this metaphoric garden there exist many different species of flowers, all coexisting with little regard for disposition or direction. Being wild, the flowers in this garden evolve and mature in an expressive yet timely manner. The only process utilized is that which is inherent in the nature of the garden itself. Though still influenced by the sun and the seasons, these flowers emerge unencumbered and heartfelt. The flowers in this garden defy chance. An apparent unity can be determined throughout the ?lifetime? of this garden. The transformation and passion taking place in this garden, is more beautiful, more provocative than can be imagined.