more than ever, i have been investigating rhythms in nature and the patterns of the elements. my process involves initially the layering of media and resources, only to be torn and ripped away later. what i once thought would be a permanent addition to a piece is removed days later, leaving behind the gutted remains of debris and visible process. 
the current piece which was started approximately a week ago is near completion and has hints of charcoal, string, atlas pages, watercolor and acrylic washes. the two detail images show the difference that one day makes on the rendering of this surface.

Jul 11 -

more than ever, i have been investigating rhythms in nature and the patterns of the elements. my process involves initially the layering of media and resources, only to be torn and ripped away later. what i once thought would be a permanent addition to a piece is removed days later, leaving behind the gutted remains of debris and visible process. 

the current piece which was started approximately a week ago is near completion and has hints of charcoal, string, atlas pages, watercolor and acrylic washes. the two detail images show the difference that one day makes on the rendering of this surface.

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this is a personal documentation of the art process, random output, thoughts and meanderings of an artist, educator and art therapist.