March of the Silhouette Series

Drawn in a two-dimensional environment as an exercise on composition, these studies address how shapes can exist as a
series of dark clusters described solely by their edges. Similar to the Egyptian Hieroglyphics that depict the ritualistic movement
of birds, mammals, workers and priests, these figures exist as a series of processions, some of which march along a unified axis
and some of which march towards a unified center. Ultimately, "March of the Silhouettes" is fully intended to belong in the realm
of flatness as clusters of infinitely black shapes.