Drawings can be like little poems; they can stand alone as intensely troubled-over, individual, works of art in their own right.
This tiny drawing is of a chalk stack at Botany Bay near to where I live. The piece is about 5cm by 6.5cm in size and it is drawn with silver on gesso on card. I might make a series of drawings of this stone. We’ll see. This work stands on its own but it shares themes in common with lots of my work: presence and the passing of time.
The tides and the weather are slowly eroding this chalk stack away to nothing. In time it will no longer figure in anyone’s line of sight. This familiar (familiar to me at least) feature on the high tide line makes me think about time and about change over the course of time – it can stand for that.