Above are selected pages from my sketchbook work in February. Looking at them on a structural level, I see bright colors mixed with subtle or tempered hues, pattern explorations, imprints of light and shadow, and a contrast between controlled markings and those that seem to abandon control. Yet to me those physical descriptions also relay the concepts.
Some of the written entries in my sketchbook I included in my "thirteen" posts (2.5.13 & 2.22.13). Below are a few other excerpts, that may make sense only to me, but perhaps they reflect the confluence of tangible and abstract ideas.
"Time becomes defined by would have beens and..."
"Richter said something like, "he likes work he doesn't understand, or doesn't like work he understands. I agree."
"In the dark I wait. Light. Desert. Water."