In my series of paintings that I call "visual stutters," I am exploring how subtle shifts in viewpoint and repetition effect our perception. In the studio, I move only a few inches to view the still life at a slightly different view between each panel. (I paint them separately before framing them together.) While working for a straightforward depiction, I think of the diptychs and triptychs of bundles standing as memories that change across time. During the creation, I am the element that is different each time I observe them. Yesterday's memories, today's experiences and tomorrow's plans stutter in our minds. We contemplate our own wrapped up contents, bound into "parcels" in our lives. We are a different viewer each time we see the painting.