Stories are told by assembling visual images.
Each image is a fragment of life or a place. It may also be an object that leaves an impression that may return as a part of a new context. Frames in Time are in fact fragments organized in a grid to establish a framework to tell a story.
Within a grid of cells a story is built. Sometimes the story is told within a single cell. But more often than not the narrative, like life itself, is more complex and layered. Line, color and texture are extended beyond a single cell to inform the larger overall composition.