The black edge left on the cardboard backer from a note pad acts as a way of orientation for the drawing of my hand holding the cardboard as I drew it. Escher-esque. I'm taking my own advice that I would give to my students at a loss for something to draw: draw your hand.
I'm also taking my own advice when it comes to creative practice. I have often encouraged people who don't have much time to do their creative work to find smaller bits of time throughout the day and use it to do something toward a creative goal. One small step. The next right thing.
In some ways being at day 13 of 100 is mind boggling, and it is also energizing. I have had a burst of energy for the creative work that these drawings will end up in, the mixed media collage 12x12 pieces that are resulting.
I found some really terrific vintage record albums and the sleeves are the foundation, inspiration, and motivation in combination with these drawings, for the final work. More on that later, once they are more developed.
I made this drawing on the train ride home so it might be a bit bumpy and stumpy. The reception tonight at the Coalition Gallery made me feel once again that I am in great company.