"Falling Leaves No. 2" depicts a Christmas palm as seen from the verandah of the artist's home. A mixed media technique is employed, where before painting, fiber from coconut trees and glue and sawdust are affixed to the canvas, and their textures inform the composition of the work. There is a poetic aspect to the piece, in the depiction of upward movement in the palm with the natural fibres of falling leaves in the foreground, suggesting a cycle of decay and regeneration. Chapman-Andrews' oeuvre has been a dedication to Barbadian landscapes, and "Falling Leaves No. 2" is part of an extensive series on palms by the artist. This artwork was featured in the exhibition "Barbadiana", curated by Denyse Menard-Greenidge, which was showcased at contemporary galleries in Paris, Brussels, and Montreal, as well as the Barbados High Commission in Ottawa, Canada, and Queen's Park Gallery, where it was acquired by the National Art Gallery Committee in 2005.