Timber Drawings 2004-2010
I have this constant need to establish a connectionand a dialogue between the different artistic disciplines I practice in my studio.
In my most recent timber sculptures colours and texture come straight from my drawing, and rescind from any figuration to become mere suggestions. To me is a great surprise that a recognisable figure hardly appears in my timber sculpture, as opposed to my painting where figuration is an essential element.
Like in drawing, the bare minimum of elements in form, colour and texture, is very much present in these pieces. Ideally, these pieces should be presented as a group, where I would position the elements in a certain way, as I would compose a drawing with lines or shapes on a clear sheet of paper.