In a recent body of work entitled ‘Red Car’, scenes are illustrated in which an individual or group of indivuals are departing from one another. Featured in the work is a recurring red car used as the vehicle of these separations. These paintings convey the transition between unionship and solitude. There is an undeniable yet overlooked internal deviation during these shifts, one that provokes a change in behavior. As subtle as it may feel, it marks a significant fissure between our two states of being. Conscious of these destictions between our social and non-social selves, these works aim to capture the reflective moment within these two states.