Patagonia: Strata

A fossil is nothing short of a miracle. Most organisms live and die without leaving a trace of their existence – but sometimes they rest between layers of strata at just the right moment with just the right conditions and their delicate features are preserved as stone. Drawings are also fleeting. They represent a thought caught on paper at a moment in time. A drawing can be buried beneath layers of pigment yet sometimes the original marks persist. Even erasure leaves traces of the old marks – a pentimento that remains an integral part of the final image. Read More...

Patagonia: Strata #1
All Work 25 x 13 in. Acrylic and graphite on Stonehenge paper mounted on paper covered panel