The illusionary realism of E.J. Hughes

Robert Amos touts the sophisticated “primitivism” of painter E.J. Hughes, “a slight, dapper gentleman who drove a Jaguar and looked more like a small town businessman” according to Phyllis Reeve. FULL STORY


We all bleed the same

Review Anna Hall calls it “an exceptional book and a significant contribution to the conservation of killer whales.”

Al Neil continues to percolate

But there’s nothing like a personal reminiscence–or three–to reveal how extraordinary and perplexing and difficult and odd he could be.

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