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Drawing is Discovery:

The empty page invites us to come search for answers. As we wander the void we leave traces from our searches for truth. These marks are both inquisitive and declarative in nature, asking and answering questions, and presenting and solving problems. The void confronts us with questions of who we are. Often the void answers these questions in great simplicity, if we are willing to look.

problems of knowing
crayon, graphite and charcoal
9 X 22 inches
2009
combining knowledge
crayon, graphite and charcoal
15 X 30 inches
2009
learning to see
crayon, graphite and charcoal
18 X 22 inches
2009
letting go
graphite, charcoal, pastel, sumi ink, acrylic
18 X 14 inches
2009
tools for unlocking the abstract
mixed media
15 X 22 inches
2009
intuitive reach
graphite and sumi ink
22 X 30 inches
2009
can i return
graphite, charcoal, color pencil, and crayon on paper
12 X 15 inches
2009
looking at the back of my head
pencil, charcoal, colored pencil, crayon on paper
12 x 22 inches
2009
sign perception
graphite on paper
18 X 30 inches
2009
out of my hands
water-soluble graphite on paper
10 X 10 inches
2009