“Periods of drawing the place I pursue an open frame of mind, not meditation however one thing like endurance, like how you are feeling whereas operating, the place you’re open and your thoughts feels erased. I’m not drawing ‘concepts.’ They typically really feel the alternative of that.
The fascinating results of what McFetridge calls “the alternative of concepts” is how he makes one thing that’s so difficult look so easy and but so difficult once more. After which, it turns into common. This present seems to be at nature, animals and neighborhood and turns all of it into one thing that resonates with the thought of intuition. That could be essentially the most univeresal a part of McFetridge’s works. They’ve innate-ness to them, a way of life, however life as an essence. That could be essentially the most common a part of all of it. —Evan Pricco