Observations from the sketchbook

"It all comes down to the same thing, every new drawing is back to square one, every drawing is in the now. Finishing a drawing means nothing to the new drawing. There is a false feeling that success will carry over, but there is the reassurance that it means nothing"

" Sometimes drawing is a waiting game- waiting until the parts that you liked become ordinary, waiting until you don't care anymore and you can be brave enough to stomp on the parts you once prized. Courage is required and a lack of fear. Why should it even be an issue to worry over the preciousness of a creation, but total destruction is not the answer either. Its a balance, no fear , yet astuteness to recognize when courage has gone far enough and a gentler game needs to be employed. Freedom is always required"

The piece below is called "Kundalini Rising".