William Crozier A Heightened Vision of Nature (1977-1980) reviewed by the Morning Star
Crozier had an enduring enthusiasm for landscape, whether Mediterranean, Irish or English, and he would summon the powerful experience of nature with an emotional intensity few painters could or indeed can articulate.
This has a particular resonance today when nature is being disfigured daily by climate change placing it on the verge of oblivion.
Yet Crozier had, optimistically, unearthed colour in the enveloping darkness. His canvasses should serve as a timely reminder not only of the fragile beauty that surrounds us but more importantly how it sustains and heals us.
- Michal Boncza
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