by Bethany Cochran
An arrangement of a certain number of lines, usually four or more, sometimes having a fixed length, meter, or rhyme scheme, forming a division of a poem.
The collection contains:
i. Traditional line drawings in alcohol ink on paper (16x20”)
ii. Line paintings in acrylic on handmade paper (22x30”)
I am thrilled to share this collection with you. I enjoy doing line work because it challenges me to see the subject as simply as possible - lines, curves and shapes. However, when I am finished, I am left seeing a powerful representation of humanity, our frailty, and the question of what we are to do with ourselves as we call each day today. Throughout the collection you will find a focused interest in posture, movement and powerful pauses. I hope you enjoy the collection as much as I do.
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alcohol ink on archival quality paper (16x20”)
acrylic on 140lb handmade cotton rag paper (~22x30”)