India ink on paper mounted to 7/8" thick wood panel
- Sides of panel are painted black and the drawing's surface is protected with a coat of UV-resistant acrylic varnish.
- Includes 1.5" sawtooth hanger with screws
Any marks/elements on the paper are either intentional, natural to the paper, or a result of the binding to the art board
All my doodles are created freeform. That is, there is no particular destination or object result when I begin drawing. Early on in this process they would slowly emerge as concrete forms to me (i.e.: snail, bird, horse, etc). As I continued to make them, I embraced the abstract and embraced the emotion of the moment or thoughts of the mind to authentically bring forth the vision I saw emerging from the shapes as added. With these pieces, there is no set orientation. Therefore, I have posted them as I drew them, but you can view and hang them any way you like. What many others and I have loved most about these pieces is that no person sees them exactly the same, as individual parts or as a whole. I will share my mindset of each as I recall it when made, and also what I see in the orientation presented here. And I invite you to play with these, allowing your eyes and mind to wander and come to your own conclusions.