Parallel Thoughts    Technical pen on Chinese paper 45 x 36 cm    This piece was drawn using a technical pen on machine made calligraphy practice paper. Each square was completed individually and each line responds to the inaccuracies of the line before it. Breathing, thoughts, and distractions are captured in each line as my attention and physical control naturally wavered. Each square becomes like an entry in a diary.
       
     
  3 Minutes to Nothing   Pen on Chinese paper 66 x 130 cm
       
     
  Automatic Haze    Pen on Chinese paper 66 x 130 cm   This piece began from the simple decision to colour paper black. I used an extremely delicate Chinese tissue paper and a sharp nibbed technical pen. The piece was physically challenging and time-consuming to create and the visual result was not designed or predicted. A nearly mechanical, repetitive movement did not create a regular visual outcome but instead resulted in a haze.
       
     
  Waves of Thought    Technical pen on paper 30 x 42 cm   
       
     
  Parallel Thoughts    Technical pen on Chinese paper 45 x 36 cm    This piece was drawn using a technical pen on machine made calligraphy practice paper. Each square was completed individually and each line responds to the inaccuracies of the line before it. Breathing, thoughts, and distractions are captured in each line as my attention and physical control naturally wavered. Each square becomes like an entry in a diary.
       
     

Parallel Thoughts
Technical pen on Chinese paper
45 x 36 cm


This piece was drawn using a technical pen on machine made calligraphy practice paper. Each square was completed individually and each line responds to the inaccuracies of the line before it. Breathing, thoughts, and distractions are captured in each line as my attention and physical control naturally wavered. Each square becomes like an entry in a diary.

  3 Minutes to Nothing   Pen on Chinese paper 66 x 130 cm
       
     

3 Minutes to Nothing
Pen on Chinese paper
66 x 130 cm

  Automatic Haze    Pen on Chinese paper 66 x 130 cm   This piece began from the simple decision to colour paper black. I used an extremely delicate Chinese tissue paper and a sharp nibbed technical pen. The piece was physically challenging and time-consuming to create and the visual result was not designed or predicted. A nearly mechanical, repetitive movement did not create a regular visual outcome but instead resulted in a haze.
       
     

Automatic Haze
Pen on Chinese paper
66 x 130 cm


This piece began from the simple decision to colour paper black. I used an extremely delicate Chinese tissue paper and a sharp nibbed technical pen. The piece was physically challenging and time-consuming to create and the visual result was not designed or predicted. A nearly mechanical, repetitive movement did not create a regular visual outcome but instead resulted in a haze.

  Waves of Thought    Technical pen on paper 30 x 42 cm   
       
     

Waves of Thought
Technical pen on paper
30 x 42 cm