The Ezekiel Project are works on paper that embody loss, transcendence, and rebirth. Executed in oil stick and wax pencil, they obliquely reference Ezekiel's vision of rebirth in his prophecy The Valley of the Dry Bones, a resurrection myth. The title also alludes to the artist's family name, which was Anglicized to better assimilate into early 20th-century American society. In the drawings, daffodils emerge from the bones and symbolize rebirth.