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James Drinkwater the sea calls me by name

In speaking with James Drinkwater ahead of a major survey show at Newcastle Art Gallery we explore his porous approach to painting where an intriguing conceptual and material web is crafted, it’s a structure with space for transience, like a dream-catcher. His paintings possess an associative aesthetic that invites the audience to join, or complete an emotional journey.

You very eloquently describe your personal relationship with painting as a ‘long eternal conversation with the

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