07 June 2020


'The unmatched sensuality of making a mark.' 
— Olivia Laing

Increment drawing is an ongoing series of experimental abstract pencil drawings that explore 'the unmatched sensuality of making a mark'. Each mark is an explicit expression of a momentary increment of time and also a unit of an intricate abstract image. On an intimate level each increment is a work in itself.

The phrase 'unmatched sensuality' was taken from an article by Olivia Laing on David Hockney, in the Guardian newspaper.

Increment drawing, 13 May 2020


Single increment


See also:
[>] the Parted Chair
[>] the Cutler's Stool

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