Monthly Archives:: March 2010


Silverpoint Drawing 5×10″ prepared paper An ordinary glass sphere with natural elements – that idea has been behind much of my work from the 1990s to this point. I’ve stopped wondering why and just go with it. Cinnamon sticks with glass sphere…I like the contrasting textures and shapes of these objects, and their natural elegance…. Read more »

“An Elegant Shell”

Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ prepared paper Nature constantly inspires! I’ve seen many lathe-turned wooden vessels whose shapes are similar to the body of this elegant shell. Silverpoint is a drawing that is rendered with a wire of silver. This was used extensively during the Renaissance era, before the graphite pencil simplified things. The drawing surface must… Read more »