DRAWINGS > Repetitious Infinitum

The Repetitious Infinitum series address the potential of perceived simplicity. The 'Repetitious Infinitum' Series' utilize repeating marks and lines upon layered sheets of vellum and dur-a-lar to create the illusion of infinite space. The 'Beginning' series also utilizes repetition, with small forms expanding from a central space, alluding to the dissemination of matter and energy. The 'Cloud' piece exemplifies a merging of the traditional with the contemporary - utilizing traditional representation on an unconventional medium. Drawing is often perceived as a basic skill rather than a valid medium in itself. What these works exhibit is that despite drawing's perceived simplicity, drawing can convey the complex and boundless.

Ink on Vellum
8 in x 12 in
2012
Ink on Vellum
8 in x 12 in
2012
India Ink on Mylar
11 in x 14 in
2012
Inda Ink and Graphite on Mylar
25 in x 40 in
2012
Inda Ink and Graphite on Mylar
25 in x 20 in
2012
Graphite on Mylar
25 in x 40 in
2013