Figures, Portraits, Landscapes, dragons, and other magical beings, ranging in time from the late 80s to the present. Many of the drawings are energy drawings that I describe in Techniques. Paper type and size vary as I continue to explore the way graphite lays on and is manipulated on different surfaces. Drawing this way keeps me inspired to keep drawing. With energy drawing, the theme and subject come from the narrative of the drawing activity and are not immediately visualized. As the paper fills with messy lines, rotating and "scribbling" not only does the drawing paper itself transform but the moment or moments invested in the work, the energy expended and the physical and mental connection comes to a certain state of, for lack of a better word, elation, and a heightened state of consciousness. It is far more immediate, for me, in drawing than in sculpture. One may notice that my energy drawings exhibit more freedom than the intentional drawings. And of course, intentional drawings always start with a subject but not the composition, which always becomes a function of the overall design.
The artworks are not in any particular order.