|Here yellow skeleton and sack trolley drawings are combined.
This is now a lot more about physical objects than flat drawings.
The objects are drawn life-size from an anatomical plastic human skeleton and a sack trolley, using a stick of black oil pastel straight on to white and yellow cartridge paper.
Each drawing is mounted onto cardboard and cut-out.
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|The filter canister is detachable and so effectively a separate object to the mask, and so I drew it separately.
The masks are drawn with white oil pastel on black paper and the canisters with black on yellow paper. All of the drawings are cut-out on thrown-away cardboard and elevated away from the wall.
|By bringing the drawings out into the room and away from the wall I hope to liberate them from the flat existence usually associated with drawing.
Are these drawings now sculptures? I think they are both drawings and sculptures and perhaps it’s a shame to have to differentiate between the two.
|Using different coloured paper I’ve continued to draw banana skins.
This yellow paper is relevant to the kind of colour normally associated with banana skins.
More of these yellow banana skin drawings will be added.