When introducing Abstract 122 ‘Crocus’ I wrote, ‘My interest is primarily in the colours, the lines, the textures and, above all, the feelings evoked in the viewer.’ The source of the present ‘abstract’ is a cyclamen and the colour range, as the title indicates, is restricted to shades of pink. Again I am mainly interested in the instinctive response of the viewer. This is not a botanical record.
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At the end of my garden is a dry stone wall. It is home to a wide variety of lichen that combine to form fascinating, and often quite beautiful, patterns.
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