Neshama (soul), 2004; 28" x 36", archival digital on paper
My work addresses the transformative process that occurs in summoning memory. Between reality and memory is a slender space that is the truth. In his novel, Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie calls this space, "Memory's truth. in the end it creates its own reality." To explore this space, this reality, I use a simultaneous media approach in which I discover my images with digital capture and intuiting; all coming to a meeting place within PhotoShop. By choosing to memorialize the intangible nature of memories in a physical manifestation, I am visualizing the exquisite of transmutable nature and of nature - capturing that exquisite moment when all is apparent and will never be exactly that way again.
Cri de Couer, 2004; 40" x 29", archival digital on paper