Drawing, Booth 803
By playing with light and shadows, the piled piece of fabric transforms a mundane item into a sculptural entity. The small sample of fabric belongs to something larger, something more, something left unknown; it is a moment captured, never to be ‘that’ again. I use a unique combination of coloured pencils on wood to create my drawings, which allows me to leave the beauty of the raw wood exposed. The delicacy of the fabric creates a feminine sensibility, and a minimalist center focus creates a sense of vulnerability amongst the singular entity. These entities are distinct, independent and self-contained beings.