Andy Goldsworthy, Time (London: Thames & Hudson, 2000)

“I work in landscape made rich by people who have worked and framed it. I can feel the presence of those who have gone before me. This puts my own life into context. My touch is the most recent layer of many layers that are embedded in the landscape which in turn will be covered by future layers – hidden but always present” (p.8)

Patrick Elliot, Bill Hare and Andrew Wilson, Boyle Family (Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 2003)

(Mark Boyle) “My ultimate goal is to include everything in a single work…in the end the only medium in which it will be possible to say everything will be reality” / aims in making people look at reality , i.e. at everything and anything (p.9)

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Boyle Family (1966) Shepherd’s Bush Study [ Mixed media and resin on board, 153×153, Collection Hansjorg Mayer] In: Elliot P., Hare B. and Wilson A. (2003) Boyle Family. Plate 29. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland

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Boyle Family (1973) Left Arm Study [Skin Series, No.9 1973, cytogram, 183×183, Boyle Family Collection] In: Elliot P., Hare B. and Wilson A. (2003) Boyle Family. Plate 89. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland

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