I think what also grabbed me was the quietness of the images.
Which isnât very easy these days.
I guess all I can commit to is my gaze, and through my gaze I try to be sensitive and compassionate to certain situations.
The fourth wall crumbled and the audience were encouraged to participate in the art work.
Richard Demarco Webster had been a student at the Edinburgh College of Art when he painted it; who would have thought the handsome figure posing for his life drawing class would go on to become James Bond? But Iâm not a sap either, if I see something that I donât agree with.
Some of the images looked like pencil drawings and others had really beautiful shadows and light bouncing off the body through the water.