This is a satellite exhibit designed for the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia, which showcases sculptures of Auguste Rodin. The Rodin Museum has a garden as well. The satellite exhibits includes three bronze panels. The first panel, which introduces the exhibit to the viewer, is decorated in leaves. This decision was made because of the garden at the actual exhibit. The next panels are very minimal with detailed photos of Rodin's sculptures as well as an introduction to the piece. I wanted to recreate the tranquil setting of the Rodin Museum in this satellite exhibit and allow the viewer to stroll through the exhibit while concentrated on Rodin's work. All the photography is my own.