DWG # 0038

LCD24032016 - Living Color Drawing series, "The Rothko Path"

"Silence is so accurate"

Mark Rothko

DWG # 0037

DWG030416 - "Mapping Paths" / Series

DWG310316 - "Mapping Paths" / Series

DWG260316 - "Mapping Paths" / Series

DWG170316 - "Mapping Paths" / Series

DWG170316 - "Mapping Paths" / Series

DWG # 0033

DWG301014

”For me, it’s the act of drawing that allows the hand to come into accord with the heart”

S. Mockbee

DWG # 0032

LCD081214 - "Your Blue Sea" / Series

“I'm not an abstractionist. I'm not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I'm interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.” 

Mark Rothko

DWG # 0026

DWG171014

"In the forms I use in my work the contradictions are certainly there. I was always aware that I should take order versus chaos, stringy versus mass, huge versus small, and I would try to find the most absurd opposites or extreme opposites. I was always aware of their absurdity and also their formal contradictions and it was always more interesting than making something average, normal"

Eva Hesse

DWG # 0023


DWG151014

"Drawing is still basically the same as it has been since prehistoric times. It brings together man and the world. It lives through magic."

Keith Haring

DWG # 0014

DWG # 1 - "Architettonica"
The Draftery

DWG # 0013

DWG260914

“…we think that the drawing in architecture, that is, the unconscious act, which calls logic into question, could be the “blind spot”. The coincidence that is not a coincidence, leads us to a method of design in which the drawing becomes important. Free from physical constrains, without thinking about spatial consequences, the drawing comes into being an instant, and “administrates” the building. And when you see the drawing, created in an explosive moment, you see the superimposition of plan, elevation and section. Everything is in drawing.”

Wolf Prix, LectureDresden, 1995

DWG # 0012

DWG300914 - "Harbor Town"

DWG # 0011

DWG280914

DWG # 0010

DWG240914

"If “action painting” is produced by the dynamics of dripping, smearing, and sweeping brushstrokes of paint to reveal the complex character of abstract art, then “action drawing” would be something like juxtaposing lines, planes, volumes, typographical elements, photographs, and paper cutouts on a drawing that aims to uncover the intricate universe of architectural ideas"

WAI - Drawing Architecture / A conversation with Perry Kulper

DWG # 0009

DWG100414


DWG # 0008

DWG020414

DWG # 0007

DWG270914

"By 1979, I was making these drawings every morning. As a method of catching intuition and first thoughts it is a technique which sets the imagination free.
In the meditation associated with the initial conception of a building, its first stirring towards form, space and light, the watercolors played a crucial role: they gave intuition a primary position.
(...) Chance operations opened many paths for the composer John Cage, my next door neighbor who lived on 6th Av in NY. Cage used chance protocols to escape the tyranny of the ego. He recommended unintentional acts as key aspects of his method"

Steven Holl - Written in Water

DWG # 0006

DWG121113 - "Architettonica"

The Architectural Review