Ian McCulloch RSA: ‘The stylistic stance I adopt in my work is essentially modernist, with elements deriving from Cubism, Dada, and Surrealism. This enables me to use myth and metamorphosis to examine and give form to my responses to an equivocal and paradoxical, often fearful, world. Such responses are mediated through painting, printmaking, and ceramics.’


‘The major significance of this work is that it manages to convey a vivid anxiety about the state of modern man while at the same time being such a clear celebration of living’ Waldemar Januszczak, The Guardian, 1987