Video Review: Flower Painting in the Wild

by Matthew Innis |

I have just finished watching James Gurney’s latest installment, Flower Painting in the Wild, and though I enjoyed the digital video very much, I was left with a nagging question at the end, and despite the artist’s ability to elucidate most any matter, I’m not sure if even he could answer this.  Why doesn’t James Gurney have his own show on PBS?  Seriously.  This man would be perfect for such a program, and if I hadn’t thought it before, then certainly this latest film has convinced me . . .

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