Beginning by filling the horizon with air. The space that is the cloud horizon is a thin line that’s always shifting. Try to draw a cloud and the edge will never be static enough. Every mark is correct because there’s nothing to reference when you look back at it. Scritch-a-scratch a blind gesture and move on to the next. Try to capture a moment and while always being wrong.
Perhaps driven by yet another rejection letter to cap off 2015 (but more likely not), I’m embarking on a series of new drawings. As much as I love them, there are too many old ones on this site. After spending several months developing thoughts on edges, occupied space, allowable space and breathing plus arrangements with daycare, my job, writing and freelance projects, I’m ready to go.