moleskine 002 018
And then there was another one of these denser images. They seem to sneak into every one of the books, even though I really like working on them in a very controlled, timed manner, on a single sheet of shikishi paper.
I think I will need to add some links to some previous postings of related drawings, as they can not be found in the catalogue section of the site.
So if you are here for the first time, (you one visitor you...), please come back, there will be more context for this one...
Today will be just a horribly packed day again... and now I have to run.
Oh, how I love these... So wonderfully organic and ancient somehow. Mushrooms & sea monsters.
It looks like this one is coming right off my screen, into my livingroom! (Maybe I should cut back the Shrooms)
I love this one. Like an art deco rendering of...the back of a woman's hair?
While I wasn't able to read as much into it as the other commenters were, I wanted to say that I loved the detail and the overall effect of the drawing.
Yep. I'm pretty dense and obvious with this comment.
Thank you Charles. : )
See, the thing is... these drawings follow very simple rules... the rules might be the amount of lines or the time or the sequence of lines. These are supposed to be abstract drawings. If somebody sees something in them... wonderful... I did not really put it there... but if it is there, then it is there. I think my comment would be pretty much like yours... I have no real idea what these things could be... I am somehow intrigued by their density and organix appearance... I guess they appear this way because everythign around us is based on pretty simple molecular rules... (okay, maybe not sooo simple)... and so life or experience, or love... might work very much like these drawings... one little line at a time... more and more and more... until it is strong enough to be something...
i like that notion very much
so lovely. you are missed.
oh... this reminds me... i finally found that plant that reminds me of your density drawings so much... it's called "echeveria"?... here we go... density succulent...