|Moment's paintings often range from deep universal blue to these more brighter lively oranges, yellows, and neon light blues. About her painting technique, Moment states: "By de-emphasizing the brush or foregoing it altogether, I begin by painting objects (formerly hands, fingertips, leaves and now, bottles) and press them on the paper or wood or canvas surfaces. Prior to my use of bottles, the imprint functioned as a record from the real world, a fossil, or remnant of something that exists referring to the concrete, to what was and to what may come into being. As I began working with bottles, the record of the bottle was of little importance and the bottle was merely a tool for creating a circle. It is rather the method of fast repetitive imprints that implies the passage of time and memory" (Sacramento, 2006, artists' website).