4 columns on a cream background, each column is divided into small squares, the lines are drawn in pencil. There are 24 squares in each row. The edges of each of the columns is shaded. The second column is the lightest and the fourth column is shortest in length and has the most shading on both sides.

Daylight Diary

Materials: plywood, gesso, graphite

Created: 2015

H: 60cm W: 60cm D: 0.4cm

Categories: Exhibition Works


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