“Cable”, (stenciling agent: gravity), granular rutile, acrylic medium, paper, 22 x 30 inches.

“Drawing: metal and plastic scrap”, (stenciling agent: gravity), granular ilmenite, acrylic medium, paper, 22 x 22 inches.

“Drawing (mesh) 4”, (stenciling agent: brush), alkyd, gesso, paper, 13 x 13 inches.

“Drawing (mesh) 1”, (stenciling agent: brush), alkyd, gesso, paper, 13 x 13 inches.

“Net 2”, (drawn by tracing its shadow) graphite, charcoal, polyester film, 42 x 42 inches.

“Net 2” (detail), graphite, charcoal, polyester film, detail approximately 20 x 20 inches.

“Shadows of found objects", (drawing based on actual shadows), graphite, paper, 42 x 42 inches.

“Shadows of found objects" – work in progress showing scale.

work on paper

Essentially, a drawing transfers particular information from 3D to 2D. Here, stenciling is used to transfer that information, which highlights other decisions artists make during the drawing process.