Selected Drawings (2000-2012)
The 19th century English poet and critic John Ruskin described a divide between imagination and reason that diminishes our comprehension of the world. He wrote of “the broken harmonies of fact and fancy, thought and feeling, and truth and faith.”
I agree that a complete appreciation of nature requires us to interweave reason with imagination. These drawings are the observations of a naturalist working at the intersection of fable and fact.