Original archival ink drawing, 10″ h x 8″ w on acid free paper. Signed on front.
Ships unmatted, sandwiched between protective foam core sheets.
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A drawing in my series of compass and ruler assisted hand-drawn ink and silverpoint explorations. In some ways Predicting the Weathah brings to mind the mysterious and complex evolving weather models and maps we’ve had this Spring in New England. Different line widths, motifs, and patterns evoke the genesis of storms and weather events, the movement and cycling of different systems and the hairy messy complexity of the whole thing. When the meteorologist declares that Next week, something weather will happen in New England, somewhere in the region, maybe at the beginning of the week or the middle or near the end of the week, maybe rain, maybe snow, possibly just wind… and the next one declares “let’s just forget about next week and talk about tomorrow..” … it’s Springtime in New England. uh oh!