The Iconology book was a chance to collect a lot of ideas and craft images that have personal and historically traditional meaning. The paper-cut sketches let me explore what catches my attention - I love stained glass windows, grids, botanicals, figurative work, canonized style and postures, abstraction and representation, intersections of geometric and organic, allusion and metaphor, and social and emotional reactivity. Making the sketches also offered time to examine the context and significance that builds up meaning behind those drawings and symbols, and I like the openness of an image as the final product rather than language. It leaves much more room for what I don't know to linger alongside the ideas!
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