Glyptotek Drawings 
Dine chose to work on translucent paper and plastic sheets to give the drawings "some sense of light." These unconventional supports allowed for little absorption and afforded the artist a great degree of creative play. He manipulated the unfixed materials with a variety of tools—from erasers and knives to his own fingers. Here, Dine's incorporation of random effects can be seen in the line of fixative that runs directly down the center of the sheet.
Photograph courtesy of The Pace Gallery.
© 2011 Jim Dine / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York