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170 drawings by Bob Dylan go on display

 

'My drawing instructor in high school lectured and demonstrated continuously to "draw only what you can see" so that if you were at a loss for words, something could be explained and even more importantly, not misunderstood. Rather than fantasize, be real and draw it only if it is in front of you and if it's not there, put it there and by making the lines connect, we can vaguely get at something other than the world we know.'

These drawings are sketches for paintings that either never were painted, have yet to be painted (or more likely never will be painted). They are done mostly by pencil, some by charcoal and spotlight and a few by pen. Those familiar with the mediums can easily tell which is which. They were done over a two or three year period from about 1989 to about 1991 or '92 in various locations mainly to relax and refocus a restless mind.
My drawing instructor in high school lectured and demonstrated continuously to "draw only what you can see" so that if you were at a loss for words, something could be explained and even more importantly, not misunderstood. Rather than fantasize, be real and draw it only if it is in front of you and if it's not there, put it there and by making the lines connect, we can vaguely get at something other than the world we know.

BOB DYLAN September, 1994.

06/11/2007 10:32. plotino #. BOB DYLAN

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