A simple, white, paper napkin, all scrunched up after having been used, and quickly rendered with a black felt-tip. I like the way it appears mountainous and imposing.
The still life medium developed from a Dutch mercantile tradition of displaying goods in an idealised manner. Therefore, drawing the ephemera of modern life in the same way is subversively rewarding, in a gentle way. The green plastic ex-mushroom container inside the bag shines through nicely.
Sussex fishermen often collect pieces of limestone from the surrounding chalk hills, and drill holes in them so that they can be tied to nets as weights for their nets. Being a sedimentary rock, limestone is quite easy to drill through. Once these have met the end of their useful lifespan, they are often discarded on the local beaches, where people find them and wonder over the causes of the strange, smooth holes in them.