Recent drawings in ink on paper feature repeated organic shapes akin to the stones in a wall or the stitches in a loosely-woven fabric. They all have titled that are about how we as people are the same but different and need to make room for one another. I began making drawings like this when trying to find a little space each day to make something and find beauty in the constant repetition involved in caring for our young baby. I have come to think of them as being also symbolic of the everyday actions we can take to be anti-racist.
Earlier drawings (a few also shown) were more highly-worked images in pencil on heavy paper, often focused on furniture and decorative/domestic object motifs.