Sarah Linde

Short text Sarah’s.

My drawings are a direct result of the thoughts I have in my head that form through my experiences in life. Once I start on the drawing the picture begins to take form, following my lines of thought, whether rational or based on my emotions. I try to look at my line of thought as objectively as I can, as far as that is possible. I try to consciously follow the patterns in my thoughts and try to break out of them. By playing around with my thoughts and asking questions that I probably will not be able to answer helps me to find another route into discovering what it is in a particular experience that stimulates me to make a drawing. Line drawings, and now and again a colour. The texture of “hair and fur” feature prominently in my work; both their softness and their roughness, providing protection against the outside world. Fur and hair that cover a warm body.