I found that the best way to approach this book was an exercise in acceptance; I'm a psychologist, art is a part-time passion. I ask my clients to accept mistakes, tolerate imperfections and so it only seemed fair I practice the same. I didn't intend for the title of my book to be the theme, but after sitting without a title for the duration of working on it I realized nothing else fit. For subject matter, I chose to convey dreams, but rather than telling a cohesive narrative, I focused on fragments. Sometimes we remember the whole, and sometimes we only retain a feeling it gives us. By using fragments it allows the viewer to project their own thoughts and feelings about what they see rather than me telling a story. I think this allows the viewer to connect differently, to create their own emotional investment in what they see.
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