The homes of pearls

22.00"W x 8.50"H x 0.0"D

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Michael Warren

Toronto, ON

Medium: Drawing

Subject Tags: tandscape, repetition, home, line drawing, pen, pencil

Media: pen on paper

Size: 22"W x 8.5"H x 0.01"D

Year Created: 2017

As long as there are homes in my artwork, I will try to make them for people. These looked to me like a string of pearls around a woman's neck.

I am an Architect living in Toronto, Canada. I take great fascination in line work, drawing exclusively with pen. For 35 years I have designed buildings around the world in this manner and alongside for 20 years I have drawn with line to create my art.   My work with perspective draws me in to the medium with grids, simple forms and lines. I enjoy many types of dialog in my artwork. For example, curves work to warp my perspective perceptions by giving the design ideas a softness and ultimately tantalize my personal desire to motivate and manipulate depths of field.   The line is a fantastic thing creating either arrows to draw the eye, or blocks to hold the eye. Through the combination of these two (and many more) actions, I can show myself places I have never been to…every day. Either sketching in architectural design or abstracting with line in art, I am in pursuit of seeking the perfect union to witness a dynamic feeling of harmony and integration.   I like that my art is  moving, constantly changing and evolving my own perceptions in spatial and technical outlets. There have been decades of ideas in the past and hopefully decades to follow as I seek my understandings. It is my intention at this point in my career to show and share my insights with others.

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