Here is a quick post, just trying to get one in this week!
That interest in form was also present more than fifty years ago when I produced this stoneware covered jar in my Bridgewater, Ma dairy-barn studio. You can see those same reflections there on the glazed surface that help you understand the form. Just as I then - years ago - held the clay form in my hands as it spun on the potters wheel, today I feel the form rise from the penciled surface as I observe and draw.
Whether human figure, ripe fruit, clay pot or ancient tree - I find that an awareness of form is almost always present in my work. That's a good thing - I like it!
"Form is expressed in the light tones by dark accents, in the dark tones by light accents."
"What tis a sketch but a moment's passion, searching for the truth" Stephen Aitken