has been Malcolm Harrison.
The breadth and depth of his work exhilarates and inspires me.
I was privileged to have a viewing of Malcolm Harrison's "The Family"
at the Dowse Gallery in Wellington.
It was a breath taking, awe-inspiring time.
In this clip, the commentator says
"...textiles have got to say something that can't be said in paint"
I can't agree more.
Certainly this would apply to my doll making and soft sculpture.
And yet, he looks to the painters, such as Henri Rousseau, to inspire his work.
I am in awe.