Greenhouses are magical places. In the dead of winter, you can walk in and forget your winter blues. There is light, the smell of damp earth, and so much life. I visited a greenhouse last winter, and found, nestled among other plants, these camellias bursting into bloom. I took dozens of photos and pondered what I might do with them. I loved the camellias, but I wanted to include their friends. I also wanted to play with the shapes that a roller can make (and the translucence of thinly layered paint films), contrasted with an independent gestural line – two ways of describing a form. Visiting the Greenhouse is the result. Details below. Enjoy.