thinking about memories

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  1. I can relate to this because she is sagging under the burden of lingering memories. People and events, things that blend together in our lives…and on the periphery…media media everywhere…like the air we breathe. I like that she is wearing red, but all becomes mottled and grey under the weight of life. This painting truly speaks to me. It doesn’t matter if she is in the process of sitting or rising…she needs that chair.


    • To me, she’s about to take a seat. She really needs that chair. And you’re right about the air around her being so heavy with the life she has lived to that point.


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