Fully illustrated 64 pages publication with an introduction by Gary Wragg and an essay by Sam Cornish.
Extract from the introduction by Gary Wragg:
... 'The moments of NOW create a context of many moments that build an inhabited surface of layered paint, into an organized space of spontaneous movements. The marks, lines and colours are applied directly with little concern for anything other than the contextual awareness of the application of the paint. The paintings relate to the magic and mystery of ordinary everyday experiences of change and being, through themoving touch of the paint itself. Edges are painted to balance in their relationships to light, air, colour, line, form, gravity and anti-gravity that I have attempted to cohere towards a frieze like enclosure of open movement, a liberating factor. [...]