"I started with the facade of a cathedral. I used color because I wanted to do something warm and luminous. And these places have, over the ages, acquired some color. I added dear friends and accomplices -- drafting tools, pens, brushes, and they all took on these colorations. So the tools become the subject."
-- Robert Morris
Like most of my drawings, this was done from the ground up. I started with the stone at the bottom and started piling them up in ways you couldn’t do in real life so they begin to appear that they’ve been done by a trickster. I even sneaked in something that looked like a stone but wasn’t; I wanted to go out to the side so I put a church on it. I topped it all off with round things as opposed to square things, carefully balanced. In short, it’s a balancing act. - Robert Morris