Spending a year around Miami and South Florida, Webster was struck by a deep sense of missing and love for places past. Doused in Latin American culture, everywhere in her midst, particularly around the Venezuelan community she discovered everyone held a heavenly memory of a home or a homeland they could not go back to. Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil, Honduras.
She approached the painting as Van Gogh approached his landscapes with generous strokes and color, pouring on the paint with love, and in patterns so that each area of the canvas contained its own earthly treasure as well as offering one up as a whole. The vibrant color and rich marks offer a visual, sumptuous, generous, holiday meal of paint. The artists listened to stories of loss and love, remembering places and times she too misses to them pour them onto the canvas in a grand love letter of memory, and also hope.