Drawing

One of the most fascinating things is to see what your hand will draw when you simply start without weighing your mind down with any sort of plan of how it will turn out. Moving the pencil along the paper. Inventing a the rules as you go. Drawing can thrive with uninhibited mark making. And…

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Rolling Wave, 2013

A little drawing I made for my uncle who lives on a boat.

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Dreaming of the Sea after Art School

Waves and more waves. They are one of the few forms that when captured in a photograph and translated into a drawing, can become both abstract and representational. Immense, delicate, always changing. Somewhere waves are crashing, and if I can’t be near them then I will draw them. SaveSave

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Wave Form

Wave form, 2009

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untitled (underwater drawing)

An automatic drawing with intuitive colors. In retrospect it is probably a sea creature from my unconscious, at least I want it to be such a thing. Right now I don’t know what that could mean.  Within art I am interested in not only in what is presented, spoken, or acted out, but also what…

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