Many Out of One, One Out of Many

  • Many Out of One, One Out of Many
     exploration in perspective geometry
  • Ideas of space, vision, place, time, perception, perspective, stillness and motion collided in the making of this 10' x 8' work on paper. 
    It is comprised of smaller works made for their own sake. Point-perspective exercises examining just what it takes to convey space and distance morphed into free-for-all circle drawing meditations aimed at offering a still-rigorous contrast to using a ruler and a point.
    In the end, the drawings fed in and out of each other, much in the way my mental focuses do in the process of explorative art-making, and could only eventually exist in the same field. They were then tangibly merged.