For some reason, for me, good doesn’t cut it. I yearn for great. I’m trying to figure out what this means to me. Part of it is about having a very strong sense of what you’re doing. Whether that’s sophisticated or emotional (articulate or visceral), that integrity has to be there totally, or I’m not interested. So much work I look at and think the composition is good, or the colours are nice, or something like that, but no more. The people I really rate – Parke, Norfolk, Graham, and so on – they all have this intense sense of intent.
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