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Caroline Popovic

Journalist Caroline Popovic wrote The Precarious Life of Art, ART BEAT, 78-83, BWIA Caribbean Beat, No. 16, November/December 1995, pages 78 - 83. This was a feature on the painter Winston Branch.

Though Winston Branch has yet to be the subject of substantial critical attention, this text was a very useful and substantial feature on the artist. In it, the Popovic reflected that, “after a very brief stint as a portrait painter in his early days, his work is now purely abstract. Art critic Carlos Diaz Sosa describes his paintings as “abstract canvases in cool, cloudy colours that have a quality which allow the viewer to explore the depths of the mind. Branch also uses paint like a symbol, a purely aesthetic language, an illustration of spirit.”

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