Susan Goethel Campbell can take something as seemingly ordinary and un-emotive as sod and turn it into a sensual, shapely figure. With her Clods and Grounds series, Campbell repurposes post-consumer packaging in which she grows sod to the point of complete rootedness in the shape of the container. She then upends and dries them; freeing the root mass from the form. The resulting shapes feel both familiar and beautifully bizarre. Working in a wide variety of nature-based materials, from sod to dandelion and milkweed fluff to leaves, Campbell offers us a chance to see the easily overlooked beauty in the intersection of the natural and the manmade.