Description - A Pocketful of Watercolours by Andrew Hall
Paint and brush have enabled watercolourist Philip Enquist to see more deeply into the natural systems of air, land and water that are the major focus of his works. Enquist claims that watercolour painting opened his eyes to the richness of the world, and that his 'big brush, small watercolour' technique requires him to subsume surface detail in order to observe a deeper sensibility. The artistic endeavour represented by these fine watercolours has enabled Enquist to bring a fresh and vibrant perspective to his urban-based work. One of the world's foremost urban masterplanners, Enquist's watercolours display the appreciation and respect for natural and built environments that are features of his architectural achievements. Ultimately for Enquist, watercolours are most about opening up to the world, so that what can be seen with our eyes and ears and painted by a brush can be cherished by the heart.
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(171mm x 163mm x 23mm)
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