Drawing and the Fabric of Space

The fulcrum of this study is the hand holding the sketch pad. The other hand, in the drawing space, is invisible. It drew the sketch that the pictured hand is holding. Surrounding the imaginary imaginary space is imaginary real space, comprised of various cross hatchings.

Two Thinkers

The man on the right caught my attention. He was dressed in a brand new, snappy, solid black coat. The rest of him was the opposite: old, wizened and gray. His gnarly hands were particularly interesting. He was in deep concentration. The other man, much younger, was also taken up with the book he was […]


They were talking about math. The teacher’s gestures were relaxed. The position of her right arm shifted, as she spoke to her student. I rendered it in each position, with lines that enclosed space. The student was trying to absorb the material. The student’s gestures were not exactly relaxed, but they were not hyper either. […]