Blustery Night


Pastel, graphite and colored pencil on wove paper.
Drawing #28 in the series "Serendipitous Detour".
Monogrammed and dated on the recto.
Signed, titled, dated and annotated on the verso.
Drawn to the sheet edge.

In the words of the artist:
The underlying silhouettes suggested leaves. I created the architecture which came to resemble a window. Once I established the lower leaf form that appeared to befluttering, I envisioned a blustery autumn night where leaves caught on the air current rise and flutter against windows. It gave me the sense of cocooning indoors watching the drama of the wind breaking up the clouds from time to time where the light of the moon peaks out and illuminates.

18 x 24 inches