Paper Planes

There are many ways to make a paper plane. Everyone has their own unique was of engineering aerogami and enjoying the delight of launching their craft.

In this series, Hicks gives us a fascinating study of the inter play of shape, form and tone, and most importantly line. Whether viewing one, or as a collective, we are challenged by perspective. Hicks has cleverly captured still life forms clearly in flight and because it's impossible to pinpoint the objects specific location or identity of their maker, these paintings enjoy an anonymous, silent quality.