Procrastinations of a working man

7th March 2017

I must first make the now usual apologies for the length of time since my last post, I have been very busy and spending as much time as possible taking the fight to my work and really entrenching myself in each moment that I am working, not thinking about how much work lays ahead and the time that will elapse between now and the finished article.

The mindset I have described above is the best way forward for me as an individual involved in the type of work I produce, I also believe that trying to be in each moment as far as possible is helping nurture a more pure type of drawing and deepening what is developing in front of me in each microcosmic thought displayed on the paper.

Since a child I have always had a predisposition to be fascinated by dense works of art almost regardless of what they depict, whether figurative or abstract, works that are heavily worked and minutely detailed. The figuration aspect of this has since slipped away and I am purely interested within the abstract (although ironically many of my favourite artists are that of a figurative nature). After many years of exploration I have recognised this fact and set about delving into its seemingly endless possibilities, things have subsequently become more and more intense and the tensions in the creation of these drawings is becoming something of a badge of honour now – I enjoy the process equally as much as the pride I feel in the finished article – you decide if that pride is misplaced or undeserved!

Now I have cemented what I am and what I do I am hell bent on plunging to its deepest depths, as you can probably ascertain I am writing with an impassioned vigour as I can barely contain my enthusiasm for what is – and what could lay ahead.

Perhaps a fairly cryptic post today?

Thank you for reading as always