Sunday, 29 July 2012

Sketches: Lines and Forms in Space

Charley Peters, Untitled Sketches (2012), Graphite on Paper

A new series of drawings exploring the spatial relationships of directional lines within the paper plane. Using a variety of media including graphite, tape, acrylic and graphite powder, depth and perspective is suggested through deliberately restrained drawing methods in these small works on paper.
Charley Peters, Untitled Sketch (2012), Graphite Drawing on Two Layers on Tracing Paper

Using powdered graphite on a variety of treated grounds (including glue, tape and spray fixative) irregular and unpredictable textures are created to introduce an extra level of experience to the drawings, encouraging a contrasting relationship between precise, controlled marks and randomly created areas of varying tonality.

Charley Peters, Untitled Sketches (2012), Graphite, Glue, Tape, Acrylic & Graphite Powder on Paper 

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