Click the button below to view a PDF of the catalogue put together by the Thinking Through Drawing Research Network. This is my first time being included in an exhibition catalogue! See p. 43 for my drawing, Meditation XIX (the return of the repressed) – after Louise Bourgeois. As I wasn’t able to visit in-person, it’s been nice to be able to look through all of the drawings and get an idea of the exhibition as a whole.Continue reading “catalogue: Visual Thinking – International Juried Drawing Exhibition”
Having Wings is a community-sourced advent anthology created / edited by Amy Bornman (of All Well Workshop), and it contains a drawing I made and words I wrote this advent season. Amy’s thoughtfulness in her creative process and beautiful handsewn creations have been inspiring as I consider my work (“art” and otherwise), and how it intersects with the values by which I hope to live. So when she announced an invitation to participate in this gathering of poems for the hoping, waiting season of advent, I wanted to contribute.
Most of my drawings this year have been unplanned curves filling sketchbook pages, as I try to get outside of a systematic mindset when it comes to making. Searching for the intuition I hope I have, and maybe starting to find it in this practice. After filling untold sketchbook pages with these swirling lines, I started noticing forms that reminded me of art historical Madonna and Child paintings. (A lovely google image search: “abstract madonna and child”.) Continue reading “having wings”