As the exhibition’s title indicates, the flowers in the compositions bloom in improbably frozen conditions. Enormous and full of life, they crowd the picture plane in overlapping, brightly colored arrangements, sometimes appearing next to crimson-skinned cherry tomatoes or mouthwatering strawberries—and all on grounds covered with soft blankets of snow. In some works, like Labrador Sound Thaw (2009), the fruit and flowers themselves are lightly dusted with snowflakes. In San Fernando Valley Falls (2010), a smattering of cherry tomatoes is nestled snugly into the snowy ground. The halo of white at the heart of the bright red flower in the center of Six Moments of Sunrise (GT 13) (2008) echoes the white of the snow.