One moment in time

If Mankind is all people who ever existed
Then this drawing is meant to be a cross section
thru’ mankind at One Moment in Time
The Map has three parts
The Outside Edge – The Middle – The Inside Edge

The Outside Edge – is made up of people who have made a difference to our Physical world
For example – Someone – at one moment in time must have been the first to make Fire and there WAS a day when the first wheel turned – In our own era the atom was split and telecommunications have reached such a level of sophistication that the vast pool of mankind’s knowledge is now readily available to all people everywhere
The Middle – is made up of those milloins of us who exist and only add
our unique personal experiences to the knowledge
The Inside Edge – Is made up of those who shape our Psychic world:-
What we believe – what we like – what makes us happy or afraid
Here the contributors include- Religious Leaders – Great Thinkers – Writers – Artists – Muscisians

My Grandmother was alive before the first telephone was brought to her villiage – she died in the spring of 2000 having seen monumental changes both in what we believe to be truth
and what we can do with the physical knowledge we have gained
This map is to remind us that if you take the development of mankind as a series of steps
Then the difference between mankind’s first ever step and where we are today
Is so immense that what is yet to come is……………………….?

©
Limited Edition Print
1/500
2001
Signed & Numbered by the artist
The words are also written on the back of the pict
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Grey Lady black

The Grey Lady is from a series of similar drawngs
based on the same ten female forms
which explores the advent of shades of grey
in my black and white pen and ink drawings

©
Open Edition Print
1994
Signed & Numbered by the artist
The words are typeset on the back of the picture
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Unfinished Sculpture black

I have used a total of 478 female forms to illustrate
how I imagine a sculptor might sculpt a woman
There might be three direct influences
– Material
– A Model
– Experience
Firstly – Material – Stone would behave differently when shaped than wood or clay or any other material It is Represented here by the smallest solid figures at the unfinished base of this sculpture
Secondly – The Model – Represented here by the largest figure – shaded – because Her shape would greatly influence the work
Thirdly – Experience – In the sculptor’s mind would be a memory of every female shape he has ever seen Represented here by the background of outlined figures which become solid
when they form part of the Unfinished Sculpture

©
Limited Edition Print
2001
Signed & Numbered by the artist
The words are printed on the same paper as the print ready for framing
The words are also typeset on the back of the picture
Read More »

Unfinished Sculpture white

I have used a total of 478 female forms to illustrate
how I imagine a sculptor might sculpt a woman
There might be three direct influences
– Material
– A Model
– Experience
Firstly – Material – Stone would behave differently when shaped than wood or clay or any other material It is Represented here by the smallest solid figures at the unfinished base of this sculpture
Secondly – The Model – Represented here by the largest figure – shaded – because Her shape would greatly influence the work
Thirdly – Experience – In the sculptor’s mind would be a memory of every female shape he has ever seen Represented here by the background of outlined figures which become solid
when they form part of the Unfinished Sculpture

©
Limited Edition Print
2001
Signed & Numbered by the artist
The words are printed on the same paper as the print ready for framing
The words are also typeset on the back of the picture
Read More »

Grey Lady white

The Grey Lady is from a series of similar drawngs
based on the same ten female forms
which explores the advent of shades of grey
in my black and white pen and ink drawings

©
Open Edition Print
1994
Signed & Numbered by the artist
The words are typeset on the back of the picture
Read More »