Reflections - Landscapes by Danny Bracey
East Anglian landscape artist Danny Bracey is quietly spoken and on first acquaintance somewhat unassuming, he has that deceptively soft, accent of the region which can fool the inattentive into assuming a certain lack of acuity, look beyond the apparent and, like the deceiving landscape of East Anglia you will find there is much more to be revealed.
The Lowestoft born artist’s self effacing laconicism, when gently teased away reveals a profundity of feeling for the countryside around him whether it’s the skeletal outline of a tree, the intense shimmering of a carpet of bluebells in the cool shade of a wood or a quaint corner of Norwich.
My Sunday morning interview with Danny (in an appropriately reflective mood) was delightfully relaxed. Slowly I discovered the private views of a man who sees in real colour.