I am grateful to share my aesthetic experience. Below are a few results from my quest for knowledge via digital drawing pedagogy:
The above digital drawings, "Hope Incomplete" and "Light Forms Advance & Dark Recede," illustrate my projects from Mendelowitz's Guide To Drawing 3rd Edition



The above illustrates 10-hours of my contour, model & gesture techniques digitally drawn of a sculpture by Albert Paley: Candlestick (Memorial Art Gallery 2016)

The things you will do - over and over again - are but practice. They should represent to you only the result of an effort to study, the by-product of your mental and physical activity. Your progress is charted … in the increased knowledge with which you look at life around you. —Kimon Nicolaïdes: The Natural Way To Draw


The relationships in art are not necessarily ones of outward form, but are founded on inner sympathy of meaning. —Wassily Kandinsky: Concerning the Spiritual in Art



The video above is a 3-minute animation of my 6-hours of digitally drawing a photograph by Robert Polidori: Bedroom (video ends with the inclusion of six artifacts, digitally drawn by me at the Memorial Art Gallery 2016) Song: Beautiful; Sunday in the Park with George 1984


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I am interested in a political art, that is to say an art of ambiguity, contradiction, uncompleted gestures and uncertain endings, an art (and a politics) in which optimism is kept in check and nihilism at bay.
—William Kentridge