AN ILLUSTRATIVE WORLD
This is only a small sample, little quips, doodles and seemingly nonsensical drawings from one of my most recent sketchbooks, but it is really a filing cabinet for my thoughts...in the palm of your hand.
Iâ€™ve always kept sketchbooks, as a way of remembering â€” a personal time line of events and ideas.
I’VE BEEN DRAWING FOREVER. I LITERALLY DON’T STOP.
I CAN’T STOP. IT’S MY METHOD OF CONCENTRATION.
I T ’ S M Y D I A L E C T.
IT’S MY LIFE.
My mother once told me about my drawing habits as a child, and I feel they are still relatively the same.
She would sit me down at the dining room table, hand me a box of crayons and a pile of scrap paper, and let me get to work.
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If you looked through my schoolwork from the dawn of my education, you would see a progression of skill. That’s why I don’t stop. My constant goal is development.
To some drawing is a pain, but for me itâ€™s quite the opposite. Itâ€™s my joy, my inspiration, and my refuge.
I intend to continue this process throughout my lifetime, and truly have
AN ILLUSTRATED AUTOBIOGRAPHY.