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In one of a recently posted series of videos from Betty Cuningham Gallery, painter Gordon Moore discusses his work and the experience of being an artist.

Moore notes that over time: “you become very clear about what’s essential and what isn’t, and gradually that leads to a specific direction, in which the path becomes much clearer for you, much more open and I think that’s the one great virtue of staying with something… If you pay attention and you’re alert you start making progress…” He continues: “I’m feeling better and better about first of all the opportunities, the possibilities, the expansive possibilities of what I can do with this material – paint – and secondly that what I’m doing is more formed because it’s based on… constantly looking and making.”

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