I made a second drawing using indian ink upright on the wall to allow it to drip. I do not like how it started already.
I continued to use the indian ink and just create swerve actions. The black and white, shapes and patterns reminded me of an artist called Shantell Martin that I discovered on Instagram. A british visual artist best known for her stream-of-consciousness drawings and light projections.
Here are two images on Martin in action. Her stream of consciousness is a great process of spontaneity to aim for in my work. I find the layering of narrative very interesting in her work.
My drawing continued and became very messy. Therefore i started to add colour to brighten the whole aspect of darkness within.
I started to enjoy the piece all over again as i added colour to small invisible spaces that were unrecognisable before. I started to pick out main patterns and forms within the work that stood out the most to me.
As I used different colours, I mixed others. I love this shading of shapes within colours and the shadowing it presents. I enjoyed doing my gestalt drawings because it allowed more freedom in my mind and work. I feel to really express myself I would need to do one after the other in an extreme amount to really mature my mind through spontaneity and phenomenological dynamics.
During my assessment you will see this drawing up on the wall opposite my desk along side my first drawing.