I started making marks while pondering over two of the suggested prompts. What resulted was a desire to visualize essences of movement – from nature, light, the breath, the moving space between ideas and conversations, to the movement of personal change. I decided to follow this train of thought and allow each image to select what medium felt right for its appearance, materialization. Not unlike my studio practice, where an image from a dream or a line from a poem can evolve towards an entirely different place. Abstract is the direction I practice, so I am always surprised when realistic or impressionistic images appear. I signed-up for The Sketchbook Project Vol. 14 late in December 2018 and because of the holidays, did not receive my sketchbook until mid-January. Completing the book within a span of 10 weeks was a challenge. The desire to want to stop (due to self-imposed desire to finish within the deadline) challenged the act of moving forward – but as an artist, also motivated me to continue. Now, one day before the deadline, the hardest part was placing it in the parcel and letting it go to have a life of its own.
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