Date: 20 April 2002
Confused paintings pulled hither and thither by market demands. They have neatly painted figurative surfaces, reminiscent of advanced thrift store art: meritriciously realistic, combined with bits of scawly graffiti. I am sure they speak of some vision of romanticism challenged, ugliness degrading or lifting the landscape's beauty. But their labour undermines the message.
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