Drawing, Fall 2012



One of the most daunting challenges artists face is instilling a sense of movement and action into a drawing or painting. Just as artists must conjure a three-dimensional image on a two-dimensional picture plane, they must also create the sense of time passing in a medium that ultimately does not move or change—unlike, say, music, dance, or film.

The artists featured in this issue all have managed to overcome this obstacle and imply a strong sense of motion, action, and life in their work, giving their viewers dynamic, exciting experiences.

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