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I often like to view life and the passing of time as a series of photographs. Looking back to our memories is often like looking through a photo album. This piece represents life as quick snapshots that seem to change with just a glance. I grew up in a house that set back in the woods and I have fond memories of playing in huge piles of leaves in our freshly raked yard. So, I think that had an influence on the style and moment of my brushstrokes in this piece.
I relied heavily on purple and green because they automatically provide visual stimulation as opposites in the color wheel, but I also couldn't resist adding flecks of primary colors for unexpected visual depth. This piece represents mystery and purpose in the existence of our memories. As time quickly passes us by, the past becomes just a series of glances.