Present Memory

This is the second in a series of ink paintings I will be posting. I call it “present memory” because there are parts that connect to each other and many straight edges that suggest something solid and clearly defined. At the same time, there are discontinuities, smudges, and places where the ink runs. Perhaps this is a view of memory works–hence the title. This is how I see it, at least. Perhaps more important than an exact description is the feeling it evokes in the viewer. That feeling is likely to be unique for each person and different from what I was sensing as I made this.

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Present Memory

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