MICHAEL CULLIMORE celebrates his seventieth birthday this year. He is as prolific an artist now as he has been throughout a significant career. In his studio perched above the Torridge estuary at Bideford, North Devon, he is currently working on four watercolour series. These reflect his uncanny ability to extract a variety of messages from a rich theme, as much as simple productivity. There is always one more way of looking at something.

The current work also dramatises long-standing interests in poetry, mythology and the creation of imagined landscapes, as well as the depiction of real, found ...


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