Christopher Joy and Zachary Keeting visit the studio of painter Frank Holliday.
Holliday recalls being to paint in plein air on a trip to Australia: "there's all my color theory and there's time and there's meaning - it was all there… with the weather and the light. It changed constantly… it solved all my problems..." He continues, remarking on his work: "These paintings don't push you out, they let you in, they let you have an experience. Yes, you're seeing something beautiful… it's escape. It's like solution instead of painting the problem… You can have great painting, it can be open, it can be beautiful, it can be yours."