‘Finding New Beginnings’ are a series of drawings which relate to the sculpted works. The charcoal lines in this triptych are drawn with sweeping arcs into wax or oil-soaked paper. With unpredictability the charcoal pigment runs before the surface flux fixes and solidifies. As the symmetry of the raw material is broken in the sculpted pieces, the central drawing breaks the edge of the frame of the paper. Each of these is an experiment where the elements are allowed to work with minimal intervention. This chance aspect is important, allowing, but at the same time releasing. I keep drawings that have the right sense of balance.
Paper, wax, oil, charcoal and oil stick these drawings are 200cm (H) x 75cm (W).