A study of abstractions in drawing with the aid of photographs to produce both symmetrical and asymmetrical compostions
This study was composed of several large detailed drawings of forms from nature. The drawings were total abstractions of organic forms that had been photographed. The basic composition was structures-of ovals, rectangles and circles with various combinations of the three. With in the basic structures the writer subdivided the areas manipulating organic free forms with reliefs of white special areas.