Portrait Garden is a metaphorical garden of 'portraits' of eleven women incarcerated at Maryland Correctional Institution for Women (MCIW), a multilevel security prison. Portrait Garden used environmental stewardship as a tool for self-reflection through the selection of plants to represent each woman and resulted in the co-creation of three perennial gardens on the prison grounds. The display of the project consists of a collection of photographs of the cultivated plants paired with recorded statements by each woman. A book about the project, Portrait Garden: Self-Renewal through Environmental Stewardship, was published in 2016. A short video interview about the project can be seen here.