Domestic Beauty The Massachusetts-based Hatch grew up surrounded by her grandmother’s porcelain. Her passion is “making something old new again.” She thinks of plates as blank sheets of paper. An 18th-century Chelsea porcelain plate, above, from the High Museum inspired Hatch’s Physic Garden. Hatch’s first step was an opaque watercolor, or gouache, above. A computer-generated mock-up of the final work, Physic Garden, as installed, top. The image is composed of lushly painted plates, each a miniature abstract.