Patricia Raible Artmaker

Shifting Fragments

Everything changes so goes the quotes and the songs. When the change is slow, we have time to adjust. When the change is dramatic, it is much harder. This painting was inspired by the rock formations on the trails of Stone Mountain, North Carolina, along sections of the Mountains-to-Sea trail. While the Blue Ridge Mountains were formed by faulting and up-thrusting more than 500 million years ago, these rock formations show the geological process known as exfoliation jointing, a process of compressive stresses that strips the rock from below. These formations in nature seem to be parallel to human development, how we form identity through experiences and memory and how that changes over time.

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