2011, Acrylic on wood support, 30"w x 30"h
Through my painting process, I try to achieve a structure of the memory through the use of color and light. The delicate and reflective objects serve as a subject matter to relay the conception of memory. My intention is not for the viewer to associate with the objects, but to feel some of my enquiries through the perspective and overall manner I painted my memory accounts. My work changed over time, paralleling the way memory consistently alters and is ever changing. We cannot always recall the past the way it once happened, and our minds will always morph what, at one time or another, held a meaningless or overwhelmingly prominent place in our personal timeline.
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