The birth of Pearl's career as an artist began with a myriad of media, from story box assemblage to wire sculpture. The gravitation toward canvas and later wood, was a natural evolution and one in which she has remained. To view Pearl's work is not as much an ephemeral aesthetic, but more an intrinsic value, balancing nature and tangible textures through a Buddhist lens. With an innate inspiration for nature and a drive to produce work that represents that, one seems to stimulate the other. This cognizance of her surroundings, rumination of the natural world, and Zen meditation allow Pearl a chance to hone her craft, given her motivation is boundless. Thus, one can view Pearl's labor with an analytical perspective and find inspiration relative to one's own personal and geographical surroundings.
You needn't be an artistic autocrat to unearth the relative magnificence. It is through an achieved realization that one perceives this artwork with genuine clarity, reverence for nature, and an understanding of her artistic originality and cerebral autonomy.