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Portland Press Herald article on The Color of Memory

A woman stands in a large room. She is wearing black. She stands on a piece of particle board and is surrounded by much more. At left, a blue structure stands.

By Chance Viles March 8, 2020

Artist Amy Stacey Curtis is working on one of her largest-scale installations ever – a makeshift mini neighborhood in Westbrook meant to evoke memories. 

The Lyman artist’s goal with “The Color of Memory” is to capture memories sparked by color and the experiences of everyday people, including her own struggle with memory and mental health after suffering brain damage caused by long-term Lyme disease...

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