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On Drawing

From the caves of Lascaux to the 21st century, drawing is a means with which one can describe what he or she values. 


In my work the graphical dialogue of drawing is a way to gain understanding of complex problems; and, it is a means of conjecture with which I may propose suppositions to a viewer.


Some of my drawings are visualizations or, thought experiments, that arrive out of ruminations on tough questions while other drawings are mappings or tracings or experiments that result in evidence, or unexpected outcomes that offer new insight to the pursuit of understanding.


Drawing serves as a portal; it is an aesthetic system through which I can enter for the purpose of both mining information from within my own interior space and to communicate my thoughts to others in the exterior world.


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