Shift in Thought

Artist and writer, Richard Bright, has addressed the relationship between art, science and consciousness for over 30 years. In his recent series of drawings he explores the impermanent and shifting process of thinking.

Shift, 2016, graphite, 50 x 50cms

 

Shift #2, 2017, graphite, 35 x 25 cms
Shift #4, 2017, graphite, 35 x 25 cms
Shift #5, 2017, graphite, 35 x 25cms
Shift #6, 2017, graphite, 30 x 30cms
Shift #8, 2017, graphite, 30 x 30cms
Shift #9, 2017, graphite, 35 x 25cms
Shift #11, 2017, graphite, 35 x 25cms
Shift # 12, 2017, graphite, 30 x 30cms
Shift #14, 2017, graphite, 35 x 35cms

 

Brainscape #44, 2017, pen and ink, 50 x 50cms

 

In Thought #5, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #7, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought # 9, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #10, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought # 11, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #14, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #16, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #17, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms
In Thought #19, 2017, pen and ink, 17 x 17cms

 

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www.richardbrightart.com

All images copyright and courtesy of Richard Bright

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