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Television, 1981–1983

This series from the early 1980s profiles prominent painters and sculptors (including Neil Dawson, Greer Twiss, Jeffrey Harris and Richard Killeen). It was made by Bruce Morrison for South Pacific Television in association with the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. Art critic and historian Hamish Keith was a technical advisor. Morrison’s camera captures the artists at work and reviewing their careers and notable works; he allows them to tell their stories entirely in their own words, without the presence of onscreen interviewer or voiceover commentary. Years later Morrison profiled a further seven artists, for series Artsville.

Produced by

Anson Associates