Jacqueline Trujillo is a Utah Native currently living and teaching in Washington. Trujillo’s artwork explores the personal narrative through familiarity and personal memory. The work attempts to explain the precarious relationship between reality and recollection, finding the balance with honest expression and faltering memory. The purpose of the landscape is to depict a familiar location that triggers the memories within. Through medium manipulation, paper layering or image distortion, the imagery creates a fluid yet solid depiction that borders on lucid and forgotten. The goal is to include what is remembered and expose what is not.