Bette Burgoyne

Illustration // Thursday, April 26, 2012
"What I see during time spent in the forest and at the shore is translated and re-formed during the process of drawing," says Seattle-based artist Bette Burgoyne of her organic, monochromatic creations. Using white prismacolor pencil on black paper, Burgoyne endeavors to "reveal a spectacle of wood, water, light, and atmosphere," sharing her enthusiasm for natural processes and patterns as they blend, harmonize, and echo one another.  

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