I believe gesture drawings are similar to calligraphy. When we watch a master of Asian calligraphy at work, we do not see the years of practice, the honing of skill over time. We see deft strokes of the brush, quick, yet somehow without haste. Perhaps the brush moves for a minute or less. Yet, the artist's hand produces great works of art in that small space of time.
So I offer you, the reader, just a few of the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of gesture drawings I have done in the last 25 years or so
I will not claim they are great works of art. They are a record of a moment, a moment that is gone, but not lost.