Charcoal process drawings of planar objects
fusing process, perspective/point of view, value and composition
planar construction of animal form
extending exploration of planar forms and cardboard
creating volume from planes
animal forms are constructed based upon charcoal drawings of animals and must be made using no adhesive
Kevin Townsend in an internationally recognized, Boston-based, interdisciplinary artist/educator. He is a professor at both Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA). Kevin’s time-based work centers around mark-making, obsession and our experience of ‘being in time’. His current work brings together elements of drawing, installation and performance where the resulting work is often public, durational, and temporary.