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Drawing has been always an essential part of making for me. It can be a sketch to remember ideas. It can be a brainstorming process to come up
with ideas. It allows me to be physically connected to visual ideas. It’s fun. It’s also a making process to share the results of course. In fact, that’s
how I started. But I haven’t been so productive in that way lately. My drawings became paintings and they became sculptures. But I’ve been hoping
that I can bring back some drawing. They are faster and more flexible. It might show me more ways to explore. Here are a couple of such attempts.
The first one was published in “Sensorium”, a first publication by Skowhegan Alliance.