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Charcoal and paper, 42 by 59 cm.
Charcoal and paper, 17 by 23 inches.
Charcoal and pencil.
Pencil and paper, digitally manipulated.
Childhood drawings depicting creatures seen or unseen in the Canadian forests.
Wet Kraft paper, pencil and Parker blue-black ink; 8.27 × 11.69 inches
I remember finding a small stone well of tadpoles as a child one summer. I returned after a few days only to find that the small well has dried up under the sun, leaving the desiccated tadpoles tattooed to the frying-pan of the stone bottom.
The ink blots on the wet Kraft paper have been bleaching and losing their liveliness as the medium dries up under a strong lamp.
Digitally manipulated photography.