Iain’s entry was the outstanding piece in the exhibition, indeed, …

Comment on ‘A feast of art, a spread of characters’ by Rod Moss.

Iain’s entry was the outstanding piece in the exhibition, indeed, ranking with the greatest from his long and distinguished career.
His touch, colour harmonies, and spatial design reveal an extraordinarily sensitive and complex mind.
Indeed, as a summary of his life as a painter, the painting compares favourably with Edvard Munch’s Between the Clock and the Fridge, the Norwegian artist who remained a source of inspiration.

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