|The sketches, drafts,
and research that begin to narrow down and define larger and more
nebulous ideas into workable plans, and the presentation, in which the
viewer participates and interprets the artist's concept.
|Constructing panels, gessoing, grinding pigment; the structure (the bones), and the materials necessary to flesh it out, to make it.
|The act of drawing and painting
that will become, and be presented as, the physical embodiment of
the process and concepts that make up the project.