Sparky bubbly energy for the moment, interlocking writing and painting, trying out intersections between minimalism and figurative.
Poem by Wallace Stevens, The Sail of Ulysses (1957)
“The space in which it stands, the shine of darkness, creating from nothingness such black constructions, such public shapes and murky masonry, one wonders at the finger that brushes this aside Gigantic in everything but size”
“Nausicaa” 50 x 61 cm, egg oil tempera, gesso, wood. 2019.
Sketch watercolour on paper 2016