5 1/2 x 7 in. double page spread; watercolor, ink. whatever, (with bleed-through) on Moleskine cahier
"But inherent in the word(statue) is the idea of standing. To set a stone upright in a cleared space can be seen as the first sculptural act. Standing implies consciousness. The upright stone acquires a meaning which separates it from other stones before it is shaped into an image, a statue." William Tucker.