CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS OF DAYDRAWING
January 1, 2021, marked the five year anniversary of this daily drawing fiasco called Daydrawing. In celebration of the project, and to aid their dispersion across the planet, I featured a set of five drawings from the archives each week through the end of 2020. Forty drawings total. The sale is over, but the works are still available to contemplate and collect HERE
These are the drawings of WEEK 8: the five final additions to this little project flashback. How appropriate that New Year's Day 2020 should be a storm cloud. For this last week, and to reflect on the passing of 2020, I collected a set of five ways of looking at a storm in the supplementary universe. These are all fairly recent (December 2019 through February 2020).
Daydrawing is an unending daily drawing project by contemporary artist, Christopher T Wood, documenting a supplementary universe as a means to understand our own. The Daydrawing Distribution Center presents and makes available for purchase a small sample of the daily drawings completed each year. Works are available framed or unframed. Send me an email if you'd like to see a special date. Click to see 25 recent available drawings!
(left: Daydrawing installation at Gallery 543, URBN, Philadelphia)