At present my practice is concerned with two-dimensional, black and white images expressing, or being understood in, time. Most recently my work has brought together multiple images which represent the passage of time by leading the viewer on a journey.
My drawing begins with direct observation or photography in my own local or domestic environment, with a personal language of marks, both with charcoal sticks and my hand directly on the paper. With these marks I hope to convey a sense of being in a place, the atmosphere and the visual impact.
Many of these notations are developed as mono-prints in which applied charcoal is replaced by wipes and brush marks in ink.