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Correspondences

In a great Bridget Riley catalog, I find the following quote from Roger Fry: “The mind of the spectator is held in a kind of thrilled suspense by the unsuspected correspondence of all these related elements. One is filled with … Continue reading

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From Mother Goose: Little drops of water, tiny grains of sand, make the mighty ocean and the pleasant land.   I’m always astonished at the sheer scale of everything – that there are so many individual bits of gravel, grains … Continue reading

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