30 x 20 inch ink drawing on Bristol board (smooth archival paperboard).
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Ink, Marker Colored Pencil and Silverpoint on Paper.
A number of the drawings I’ve been working on use freehand details that combine with strong ruler assisted lines and compass and template constructed circles. The geometries using drafting tools construct the “bones” of each drawing. One advantage of using a tool like a compass to create perfect circles is concentricity. Circles can be closely nested, dashed line, thin line and strong line circles can be created, and it’s relatively straightforward to create patterns of rings that share a common center or origin.
Often I find that I’m too close to recently completed pieces to title them well. I left this on my sweetie’s desk with a post it “needs title”, and found it on my desk a few hours later with “Action at a Distance” scrawled across the bottom of the Post It.
I can understand the title suggestion – the way the shapes are connected and relate suggests a hidden mechanism connecting different portions of the drawing.
That said I was thinking along the lines of “something something fruit sherbet”, which perfectly captures why getting someone else to suggest titles is often a good idea.