Pauline Bewick: Yellow Man Grey Man is a feature film by artist Maurice Galway, which looks in a creative way at the hugely successful series of work by Pauline known as The Yellow Man and also her series of works entitled The Grey Man drawings, which are not so well known.
"Its rather sad really I was searching for the perfect society. That's why I went to The South Pacific and that's why I invented The Yellow Man. He to me is perfection. I created The Yellow Man because if our society were made up of Yellow Men it would be a marvelous place." Pauline Bewick
The film is the result of Maurice getting to know Pauline over many years. Following many conversations Maurice discovered that Pauline had created a Grey Man along with her very popular Yellow Man. The Yellow Man represents an ideal life style and philosophy and is widely known and much loved all over the world. Fewer people are familiar with The Grey Man, which deals with a much darker side to the artist. The drawings were the result of discussions Pauline had with a Gestalt psychoanalyst.
Documentary feature film on one of Ireland's leading artist.
- Documentary feature film on one of Ireland's leading artist.
- Size1.54 GB
- Duration53 minutes