Fru· i ·tion

From the Latin verb frui, meaning "to enjoy". The original meaning of fruition was first used in the early 15th century, meaning "pleasurable use or possession". Not until the 19th century, by mistaken association, did fruition develop a second meaning, "the state of bearing fruit," ultimately giving birth to the figurative sense of an endeavor "reaching realization".

Fruition: An Ode to the Cannabis Farmer is an exhibition featuring select works from Kristen's first three years documenting the recreational legalization of cannabis.

Currently on display at:

Dockside Cannabis | Ballard, Washington
Root Cellar | Shelton, Washington

Past displays:

CannaCon | Seattle, Washington