The second part of the workshop saw the artists drawing all the detail from one rock, by turning it around as they drew. A strip of masking tape was used to mark the beginning and a second strip of tape was added (and the first removed) to complete the journey of recording all of the shapes that appeared on each rock’s surface.

This resulted in some quite superb line drawings not of a rock, but of a pattern from a rock.

It was interesting to note that the drawings contained what I call Landscape DNA. Many of them looked like hillsides or rock piles.

But what does one do next?

Tomorrow’s post will reveal (nearly) all!



About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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