We visited this exposition last day, Trazos en la arena, from Joaquín Sorolla, the valencian famous painter. It was at the museum that used to be his house in Madrid. The house is made with bits from each place. The mediterranean garden has a great influence from the Alhambra, and inside the valencian ceramic is on the dishes and on the walls. The house, where light plays a main role, shows yet some matters of the modern architecture from the beginnings of XXth century.
We were fascinated watching the light from his brush-strokes, and we kept in mind this quotation. Because it shows the fact of thinking while drawing, or drawing while thinking: the great meaning that is behind a stroke. A sketch, although not strictly materialised, will always be a required step to the project.