Acrylic and chalk on wood panel, framed.
Framed measurements 30 x 30 cm
Kinaesthesia II is an original developed drawing from my imagination, harnessing the use of reverberating lines to express movement, emotion and memory. Drawn on a wood panel the figure is almost lost within the lines, her outline morphing as the lines move away from her form like concentric rings in water. The perspective is exaggerated, and the viewer see the figure as if from an ants eye view. Caught in movement the form strides across the frame, her arm swinging back.
Framed in a bespoke floater frame, no glass, ready to hang.