At the marvelous Ramon's Tailor in San Francisco, I'm currently involved in two projects.
WC #15: "Meander Line"
Ramon's Tailor has an ongoing series of micro-installations in their WC, and I've begun work on installation #15, "Meander Line." For this project, I'm cumulatively adding a drawing/painting that wends its way around the room. Sheets of paper are added each time I work, numbered as I go. Rendered in ink, gouache, acrylic, crayon, pencil, oil pastel, the meander lines are growing, wandering, and layering across the walls. Working on it has been a contrast from my usual, daily work — the scale is larger and the aim is filling up a dimensional small room rather than a single sheet of paper. Also, my daily work is usually finished within the day's session, so to work on a piece that grows and appears over weeks and months is an incredibly different experience for me.
This project will be gradually materializing until its completion in July. At that point, there will be many sheets of paper completed, and they'll be available either as one work or many separate works.