This is a very early drawing done in the 1980s. Rings, circles, and spheres are the primary theme. These are interlocked and woven together in a balanced symmetrical arrangement. My favorite artist is MC Escher. I find all of his works to be interesting, and many are simply incredible in concept and technique. In “Ring of Infinity” I have tried to mimic a theme from Escher by implementing a woven net that receeds to infinity at the central vanishing point in the center.
Ring is a 14″x17″ pen and ink drawing, drawn using a .25 mm Rapidograph pen and black India ink. The initial design was created using a pencil, compass, ruler and protractor. Once the design was created, I drew the final image freehand in ink. This drawing is available in 8×10, 11×14, and 16×20 archival quality prints. The 16×20 print has the same dimensions as the original drawing, just printed on slightly larger paper.