space

The concept of space… this has been in my thoughts a lot lately. Not only physical space but personal space. Needing my own space, to be alone, but sometimes losing site of where the boundaries of this space should be. Sometimes the boundary is strong and made of steel and sometimes it is weak and made of paper.

Im not sure if any of this makes any sense... this is where some writing skills may come in handy!

I hope you are all enjoying the weekend xxx

13 Comments:

  1. Kelly McClorey said...
    it makes sense. even without words your drawings speak volumes. hugs xx
    m said...
    Lovely series of drawings....I am currently obsessed by dots...I have just finished a page in one of the travelling journals that is very like your second drawing(it is also a very useful way to fill up a scary blank page as well...!)Thinking of you and happy to see you back creating.
    porter hovey said...
    Oh! I just love how simple these are. Very cool.
    ruby-crowned kinglette said...
    these seem to speak louder than your words, and make perfect sense too... thinking of you girlie.

    -s
    lisa s said...
    i think it totally makes sense.

    have you ever looked at ruth asawa's drawings??? you might really like them...

    hugs to you
    shari said...
    love this exploration of space. love. xox
    Uschi said...
    It's impressive how you give a keyword...or key-idea and stories start in my mind about space in relation to these drawings.
    It makes sense...perhaps a differnt story as the one in your head but that's what art is: exchange of ideas!
    There's a large intensity in these drawings!
    ailin said...
    these drawings represent space very well no words required and i love their simplicity!
    babelfish said...
    I love your depiction of space, so deep yet so real, just perfect!
    design for mankind. said...
    This makes total sense, and your drawings are GORGEOUS, my dear! :)
    jen said...
    i really like these!
    Robyn said...
    You make perfect sense. I get very skittish when deprived of alone time and space.
    Cecilia Levy said...
    This is so strange (almost scary) Julie. We seem to have had similar thoughts and ideas... I see now the title of this and the previous post "space", and "a new space"..! And the forms and dots that you have drawn here - wonderful! - so alike my own pumice stones. Feels weird - different minds, different countries, same thoughts.

    Do you remember the bookcover we agreed on collaborating on? Still interested? I happen to have one right in front of me :)

    ps. good luck with your art course!

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