Sunday, February 27, 2011


Ad Reinhardt
No black, just deep shades of red, green and blue

"Reinhardt was by far in a way the most subtle colourist of the abstract expressionist painters. His use of colour was so subtle in fact that it's on the very threshold of perception. To see these paintings we quite literally have to slow down the pace of everyday life. These paintings demand our patience and close looking." MoMA YouTube

Metronomy - The Look

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Saturday, February 5, 2011


A Thousand Stones Added To The Footpath Cairn
England 1974

A Circle In The Andes

Nomad Circle
Mongolia 1996

Turf Circle
Krefeld Germany 1969

Stones In Iceland

Touareg Circle
The Sahara 1988

Five Paths
Galeria Mario Sequeira, Braga, Portugal 2004

"My art is about working in the wide world, wherever. It has the themes of materials, ideas, movement, time. The beauty of objects, thoughts, places and actions. I hope to make images and ideas that resonate in the imagination, that mark the earth and the mind. My work is about my senses, my scale, my instinct. I use the world as I find it, passing through by design and chance."