Graphite and Silverpoint Drawings

from the Visual Archaeolgy Series

In 2005 I was fortunate to see a retrospective of Lee Bonecou’s drawings, paintings and sculptures at MOCA Chicago. It was by far the most inspirational exhibit I have ever experienced. Bontecou combined nature and machines to make some of the most moving drawings I have every seen. She welded metal and sewed canvas to it to make you experience a void. Her mobiles are amoung my favorite objects.

These drawings were drawn after that exhibit. As you can see, I love graphite detail. The images are personally important to me. They began my Visual Archaeology Series.

Practicing for Nyeopi in Bali

"Art hurts,

art urges voyages,

and it is easier to stay home."

Gwendolyn Brooks



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