My memory revolves around the relationship between my brother and I, more specifically the shift that takes place after a seizure. To represent my memory, I created one lined sculptures. By being made out of one piece of wire, the three separate sculptures reflect how they all relate to one another. I began by using malleable wire to form the one lined sculptures. I made an angry expression for one mask, while the other had its eyes closed and looked calm. The fire is a physical representation of the bond that was ignited in the memory. I used paper clay to cover the wire, then painted each one with acrylics. I decided on a bright red for the mask that symbolized the chaos of the memory, because the color is known to grab attention and represent anger. I chose a periwinkle blue for the other mask because the color soothes the eye when looked at, and parallels to the peaceful expression I sculpted. I decided the fire would have multicolor flames, shifting from red to orange to yellow. The changing colors act as a symbol for the shift in the dynamic between my brother and me. I photographed them on a black backdrop, making them stand out, because I wanted the masks to be the main focal point.