“Flow” viewed the past through the lens of the present. Nemetz says our memories are like a reflection on water: constantly changing; perhaps beautiful, but intrinsically inaccurate. She created this series of paintings to be a visual representation of the malleable nature of memory. Memories are our personal autobiographies, composite images from different times overlaid on one another. They undergo sea changes that exaggerate time, space, and size. The distorted water images in these works illustrate the changes wrought by memory.