The I remember series began around 2013 and is ongoing.  These paintings become 'memory palaces".  For this series the format is limited to 12" x 9" panels.  Specific objects or texts are included on the back of the painting (verso).  Often these paintings have been exhibited using hinges allowing the viewer to turn the painting to see/read their backs. 

I remember: Everything's Broken
2017
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember: Palladio
2017
oil on panel
12 x 9
with hidden object on verso
I remember: The Perfect Spritz
2017
oil on panel
12 x 9
front and hinged view
I remember: Zeus
2017
oil on panel
12 x 9
a rescue mutt, small but a mighty force.
I remember: Long Stem Roses
2017
oil on panel
12 x 9
front, verso and hinged view
I Remember; Shimmer
2016
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember a Thanksgiving dinner with my 95 year old Aunt when she work silver socks.

front and verso (not shown)
I remember: Collecting Sea Glass, The Nana Series
2015
oil on panel
12 x 9
front, hinged and verso
I remember: Small Cabbage Whites
2013
oil on panel
12 x 9
In late summer the small Cabbage Whites dance among the Day Lilies.
I remember: Coffee in a styrofoam cup
2014
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember dad's coffee concoctions and the styrofoam cup he liked to drink them in, just one that he would reuse over and over, slightly stained.
I remember: LA nights
2013
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember the dusty night sky over the Pacific in LA.
I remember: An unexpected gift (from Mom)
2013
oil on panel
12 x 9
I ordered grey and purple striped boots online. Yellow shoes arrived instead, just before Christmas, pointy with small heels, something Mom would wear. I can't find them on the website anywhere. They are 37 1/2, a size I have never seen either. Thank you Mom for this unexpected gift.
I remember: Bobbles
2013
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember making bobble pants inspired by Rachel.
I remember: Pressed Shirt
2014
oil panel
12 x 9
I love the look of men in pressed shirts, with or without a tie.
I remember: Stone Harbor
2013
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember the full summer moon over the Atlantic at Stone Harbor.
I remember: Mohair Throw
2015
oil on panel
12 x 9
I remember the mohair throw that Nana gave me my freshman year in college, which I still have.