This work is of a limited pallet of a variety of materials in surface and application. Layering opaque papers with translucent vellum or acetate adds a variety of compositional possibilities.

It was suggested that I work color into my drawings. At the time Kandinsky’s paintings were at the Guggenheim and those works inspired this approach.

Each image had been made on one leg of a cross country flight. Flight time either way (head winds or no) was sufficient for a detailed drawing.

These drawings were made while I listened to Flamenco music. Flamenco's rhythmical patterns are engrossing, complimentary to the act of drawing.