Alexander Riding. Steel, 2008, 10 ft L x 4 ft H x 1 ft W. Hi ... I'm a ten foot steel butterfly. I'm looking for my garden. Sir, or Madam, are you my garden? I'm an oppressed part of society called an "object," so you can buy me like a slave, and act like you own my spirit and no one will judge you for some reason. I'm on display at Chaco Canyon Cafe West right now, even though ... I am def. not fitting in there. the Vogue Seattle almost bought me once ... so I could spend my time with Lena Kartzov's sculpture ... but that didn't happen. You can touch my wings without killing me ... this is infrequent in the butterfly world, right? Purchasing me is an opportunity to form a love attachment that, being an object, I cannot resist ... and ... despite some sharp edges, can hardly defend myself from ... your love.