How we are leaving our marks on the world
One night after class last week, I went for a leisurely stroll along the Presumpscot River in Gorham.
My drawing professor, Michael Shaughnessy, had told us to be prepared to spend our next class making as many marks as possible using graphite on a large piece of paper. At the beginning of my walk, I was contemplating the array of marks and textures and designs I might create. Suddenly, as I came around a bend in the trail I realized that I was surrounded by marks and texture and designs. (more…)