There was a time when meanings were focused and reality could be fixed; when that […]
Painting is, I think, inevitably an archaic activity and one that depends on spiritual values.
Painters have always needed a sort of veil upon which they can focus their attention. […]
In my earlier paintings, I wanted the space between the picture plane and the spectator […]
I work with nature, although in completely new terms.
His failures are as valuable as his successes: by misjudging one thing he conforms something […]
I used to build up to sensation, accumulating tension until it released a perceptual experience.
For me nature is not landscape, but the dynamism of visual forces.
Focusing isn’t just an optical activity, it is also a mental one.
As the artist picks his way along, rejecting and accepting as he goes, certain patterns […]