It all started with a chaotic, joyous drawing. Which turned into a tangled hedge of lines that trapped my eye and made me think. Here I follow my exploration of line-drawing and the creation of an intentionally dark space as chariots of the imagination, as well as maps back into the creative well.
How can designated spaces of darkness help us engage with our subconscious?
How can engaging with our subconscious help us mentally rejuvenate from excessive screen use?
By using automatic drawings and meta-doodles as the base for pattern-making, how may the drawings' softer focus help induce a state of increased creative flow?
Cave Garden II (above 17 x 11") archival ink on Bristol board, Cave Garden I (below 17 x 11") archival ink on Bristol board
Cave Garden IV (above 17 x 11") archival ink on Bristol board, Cave Garden III (below 17 x 11") archival ink on Bristol board