18″ h x 24″ w Archival art marker and ultrafine line pigmented ink pen on acid free paper.
Archival art marker and pigmented ink pen on acid free coated paper with a composite “no-bleed through” core.
Not matted, not framed.
Signed and titled on front
Ships in a box, with the drawing sandwiched between protective rigid sheets of archival foamcore panel.
Prints are available (link opens POD site)
Archival art marker and pigmented felt tip pen on acid free hot pressed Strathmore drawing paper. 18 × 24 inches. Hand drawn (NO computer assist)
On my journey through the Sciences, I have encountered many signals. There are many ways to gather data about our environment, and almost any phenomenon can be used as a signal or probe. Recently, with the spectacular successes of the LIGO project, I’ve been musing on how much space is full of phenomena, particles and potential signals and probes. I am not involved with LIGO, just a big fan!
There is an expression to sound out, to understand. Another expression is to sound the depths, to probe undersea using sonar. Sound is a compression wave, somewhat analogous to gravity waves. Sounding the Void seems apropros.
Sounding the Void is the largest ink drawing I’ve attempted in my detailed geometric style.