'I'm interested in cognitive landscape, the terrain that one sees, somewhere behind the eyes' - Paul Morrison. Manifold Editions publishers three new editions from the Sheffield artist Paul Morrison, whose enigmatic botanical landscapes and night gardens combine familiar and unfamiliar elements of plant forms and flowers with motifs ranging from renaissance art to Lichtenstein and 60s Op Art. His intensely linear work typically disrupts proportions so that tiny plants become huge and massive trees shrink, creating an unsettling experience that leads the viewer to a 'cognitive landscape' lying beyond the image plane. The title Rosy Fingered Dawn is taken from a Willem de Kooning painting.
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