This study (together with 4/2022 and 4/2020) show Randall-Page’s enduring interest in forms found in nature. They evoke the intricate patterns of the natural world, especially the delicate, curving structures of insect wings. This work using burnt sienna on paper was made as a study for a temporary installation created for One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London in 2010.
Randall-Page has expressed how important drawing is to his practice, allowing him to work out how natural structures fit together through the process of drawing them.
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