Moth Boys and Bees: Melanie Miller

9 - 29 September 2010

“The problem which everyday reality poses for painting does not exist for them spiritually, but (so to speak) technically. In its quality of attention, still life possesses a delicate and ambiguous instrument. Its whole project forces the subject, both painter and viewer, to attend closely to the preterit objects in the world which, exactly because they are so familiar, elude normal attention.”

Norman Bryson “Looking at the overlooked”