In the last Saturday morning drawing class we all drew upside down on paper five feet tall. We used Picasso’s line drawing of Stravinsky. You can see it here on top. If it isn’t too sacrilegious, I’d say we may have improved on the master His was already full of ease-full, expressive distortions and we carried those further through our own ineptitude. None of us gets it right so the distortions become fantastically pronounced. There’s sheer excitement in working on this scale too—especially when we have no idea what the result is. Thrill in the making—it makes everything so alive. It’s curious too, just how expressive and assured these are. There are so many great possibilities we discover when we work this way. There’s lots here to bring into whatever else we do. Great to spend the time just playing without concern for the end result.