• Drawing as the most direct form of visual communication, eye to brain to hand, has always been at the centre of my practice, from initial exploratory sketches through to finished work. I like the fact that ‘drawing’ exists as both verb and noun but that, in its form as a noun, it fails to provide an adequate label for those whose practice is contemporary drawing. It leaves drawing open to interpretation, endowing it with an almost maverick freedom allowing it to take any direction, to use any media and to respond to any stimuli.

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