When Glenna Evans moved into an 1890 Victorian home, she discovered many "forgotten treasurers," from old encyclopedias and medical books, to windows, doors, and screens. "Abandoned, their value and beauty were covered in dust," Evans says. "I wondered what stories they could tell." The pictures are modern, mixed-media frescoes. Classic frescoes were created by applying paint onto fresh wet plaster. Evans has been perfecting a technique of "printing" photographs onto wet plaster. The resulting pieces have the same textures, irregularities, and aged worn character as a fragment of an old fresco. She also uses a specialty lens to enhance the dreamlike quality.