In the studio, the windows have been insulated with bubble wrap and clear plastic. The paper has been cut into several pieces of 48″ x 54″ or thereabouts. The two tables in the middle of the room sit dutifully under one large slowly developing drawing and on the two available vertical walls hang two other large pieces of cold press watercolour paper. On a recent trip into Vancouver I picked up a couple of graphite pods. Or, watercolour graphite. It seemed to be what I needed to flesh out the ideas that had been swishing around in my right brain. And now, with two months off from gallery duties, daily studio time. Head to hands to brush and pencil to paper. In progress, as always.