Richard Creed: Living in a Sea Shell
Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2004 - Painting, British - 47 pages
"Abstraction and colour are fundamental factors in Richard Creed's new paintings. The architecture of natural and man-made forms in the landscape is a catalyst for reverie, which encompasses metaphor and evokes imaginative contemplation."--BOOK JACKET.
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