As with all of Wilson's work, the sculptures are conceptual. The skulls, for example, combine motifs of beauty and life, flowers and butterflies, with skulls, oft a symbol of death, decay and human mortality. The base for these sculptures are creating using 3D printing technology. Each 3D printed object is designed with digital animation software and printed from a mica-print base material. Once printed, they are excavated and cured in chemical solutions. When the base is finished, the sculpture resembles pottery. The forms are then painted and finished using an automotive coat and lacquer. While the forms are being printed, hundreds of embroidered lace flowers are stitched and prepared to become the second layer of the sculpture. Each appliqué is hand-fixed to the form and adhered. Each skull could have over 200 individual flowers attached. Once the appliqués are secured, the final layer is embroidered adornments, like the butterflies. Each butterfly is digitally drawn, one stitch at a time so they look as realistic as possible. They are carefully designed to be true to life, using field guide books to capture the patterns of over 50 genuine species of butterfly. Multiple butterflies are then attached to each sculpture, offering a representation of rebirth and metamorphosis. Each sculpture is unique and mounted onto a clear acrylic stand.