In Legendre's series Photographs I and II, she takes old family photos and adorns them with pins, pearls, feathers, sea shells and other materials. Some of the images become disturbing, looking as though these people are being tortured or suffocated. She likens the treatments to masks or coffins for these long gone relatives. I also see an association of parasites, mold and other invasive creatures. However, a few of the images have an ethereal feeling of a benign, spiritual haunting. The elegance of the three dimensional media treatment on the photographs can be very ornamental and appropriate for the time in which these individuals lived.