Tomorrow will never come: I am always now. I belong to the time. Time unsettles, slips, constantly forces to come back to him, anticipating the untold remainders of present. I am moving towards myself, perceiving oneself as a former, bygone, the one who belongs to the past. Reflecting my incarnated being in this world I see the time as the moment of vanishing presence. While researching time and space dimension self-reflection element appears. Experience and inner self construction is extending in constant present time and composed on canvas. Time becomes a form of observation and fixation of biographical fragments, events, inner feelings, states and thoughts.