Paul Klee in 1961 stated that Art does not reproduce the visible (what is commonly seen) but makes visible (what commonly is not seen).
My aim through drawing is to go beyond representation or appearances and is more about describing, translating and interpreting. I see drawing as evidence of thinking, a form of analysis, learning and interpretation. It can be wholly immersive.
The littoral has often been my studio to conduct an investigation and analysis of change over time. Some of the drawings were exposed to the elements over time and some taken to the sea to use the tide as my collaborator.