DVD Review: Gouache in the Wild by James Gurney

by Matthew Innis |

“This guy has no idea what he is doing,” is something that has never been said about James Gurney – in regards to art, and probably anything else towards which he has put his mind and energies – and that’s a problem.  Not for Gurney, nor for his millions of fans, but for me, in…

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