The pottery in this exhibit was designed with a focus on gathering, preservation, and presentation. In the garden, late summer marks the transition into a new cycle of food production. As the days shorten the evening shadows grow longer, wrapping the landscape. By fall, the huge and bountiful plants of summer have given way to a profusion of greens and roots, amplifying the need for winter storage. Basins, lidded jars, and vases were made to present and store the fall harvest. Surfaces were filled with carefully arranged shadows of arugula, kale, radish and other greens pulled from my fall garden.