The holes in these drawings are made using an ordinary magnifying glass and sunlight. It is a simple activity that requires no special tools or instruction. The idea to use sunlight as a drawing tool came from wanting to make work that was less personal, less about me. “Is it possible to make marks in my drawing that I don’t make?” was a question I asked in an informal critique of my work four years ago. Someone suggested making marks using a magnifying glass and sunlight. A few days later I found an old magnifying glass in my desk and began experimenting with the idea. Because I was using thin, Nepalese paper my “marks” turned out to be holes, which added another layer of possibilities. In fact, the paper itself is a significant part of the work.