Jeannye Dudley

Project Architect
Stanley Beaman Sears
Atlanta, Georgia
As a Project Architect at Stanley, Beaman, Sears, I enjoy the art of drawing, math and architecture. With each project I search for ways explore creativity and complexity. While recently listening to the Keynote Address by Sir Norman Foster for the Advances in Architectural Geometry 2016, I was thrilled to hear the continued dialogue on importance of the PENCIL. I was motivated to revisit my portfolio of drawings and just recall why I simply love, DRAWING!. It is my way to escape into a world of imagination and unlimited possibilities. With each line + mark, I envision a physical reality for the details and wonder what mathematical methods or technological tool will bring these graphite etchings into our present spatial boundaries.
Flowing Water and Architectural Details
50 x 70 cm
graphite pencils on strathmore 500 bristol
1994
Abstract drawings to capture travels in Europe. The goal was to take time to see the built environment, capture geometric features in the architectural details and then create new imaginary spaces on the canvas. Drawing by hand is still the best way for putting information into long-term memory.
Architecture Begins with a Square
50 x 70 cm
graphite pencils on strathmore 500 bristol
1994
Abstract drawings to capture travels in Europe. The goal was to take time to see the built environment, capture geometric features in the architectural details and then create new imaginary spaces on the canvas. Drawing by hand is still the best way for putting information into long-term memory.