Novelist Julian Barnes believes that your memories are your identity. "When you forget your life, you cease to be, even before death." But then, what if you just forget some things. Scientists are now proving that every time we recall or share a memory, we alter it. Our stories become just a little different. What does that say about our life—or our mind?
This mixed media painting is highly textured, finished on all sides, and wired and ready to hang. Signature is on the bottom of the deep wood cradle.
acrylic paint, paper, charcoal, ink, limestone paste