“A season for shades of sepia” – New Zealand Herald, 3 May 2014

At Orexart, Angus Collis, a New Zealander who lives and works in Spain, also uses soft brown colours and bitumen pigment to suggest memory as well as light and place. Often his paintings are scrubbed back and blurred or overprinted with material blotted on to his paper or canvas to transfer textures and patterns.

Read this article on the New Zealand Herald website.