Outside, 2010.

Ink on Fabriano paper,

6.75 x 5.75 inches.

Image detail

About This Artwork: Moppet is half child, half ragdoll who stays optimistic despite dire circumstances. She comes from a family that exists in a black hole trying to discourage her. Moppet forgives them because she knows they can't help it.

Moppet has weak, rickety apparatuses for legs, and wheels for feet. She does not let this get her down, even though her disposition is sad by default. She plants flowers where ever she goes. She is also an artist and likes to help others. Her motto is to create beauty on her way out of her own black hole.

This is one of the drawings I made out in Joshua Tree for Scribbles in a Sandstorm. I rented a house up against the National Park for 10 days that had a detached art studio. It was the most beautiful place I have ever been to. It was silent and peaceful and I managed to create a ton of work. THIS PIECE IS FRAMED.