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  • Paul Wakelam

Stone repetition drawings

While following Tim Brennan’s ‘A Drawing Ceremony’ I have been making drawings of stones in small handmade books – for each stone, four drawings are made, turning the stone each time.

I enjoyed the slightly repetitive nature of these drawings and was keen to experiment with developing these drawings in a way that might capture the three-dimensional form. I was also interested in making some larger scale works as all previous drawings had been miniature; close to 1:1 scale

These started out as a charcoal drawing of one of the faces of a stone which was then erased, and the next face drawn over the top of the traces image left behind. This process was repeated over so that four faces of the stone had been drawn and then erased.

This is an ongoing series of drawings.

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