Washington Crossing Park 6
Early Morning Fog
pastel on Canson paper, 5x7
This morning the air was warm and the park was filled with fog.
In her book, Architects Draw, Sue Ferguson Gussow writes, "...drawing is thought extended through the fingertips. Strands of thought appear as marks on a field of paper: the eye perceives the embryonic image, the thinking/marking process takes place, the drawing emerges."