Drawing is a process of creating lines which evolve into visual expressions, from the simple to the very complex.
For me, drawing is my passion, a creative output of both physical and visual nature, sometimes dictated and pristine; sometimes carefree and surprising.
It takes a few tools and often, on the fly, may be the stick in the mud or the spilled catchup on the table. Opportunity is everywhere if the mind is open and play is an ingredient.
In the studio, the pristine or the ‘right way’ to draw, often inhibits the creative genius of the spontaneous.
Add the plethora of pencils, pens, markers, pastels, and an array of papers or surfaces, creativity may fall victim to the spirit.