I spent an afternoon with Judith Levin where we discussed her fascination with the Moors and how this fascination developed through her life. This piece also included some of my photos.
‘[…]the heather condenses into a vivid, purple swarm, sweeping to the northwest of the painting and, stepping closer, you expect the heather to split or diversify into separate heads and stems; instead, it remains a feverish plume of violet and you suddenly feel incredibly close to, but distant from, the painting. You’re both at a loss from a definite emotion and lost in the space.’
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