I am an artist who often forgets to meditate. When I do remember to sit and breathe, time slows down, anxiety recedes, and my sense of balance is restored.
In my studio, drawing is a form of meditation, with mark after mark finding its way on to the page, the form evolving through touch, focus, and flow. By animating these drawings, synching them to breath and body, a different kind of meditation is possible, an alternative slowing and opening.
Each stone has a different character. The breathing of some may seem rushed, others too slow, some just right. We all have a resonant rhythm to find.