‘When he was studying painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in the ‘70s and ‘80s, Bartlett says, “I had a dream that my paintings started moving.”
“Perhaps it was just an inner need to push the visual image further,” says Bartlett.
Now, after this long and distinguished career in the visual arts, Bartlett has tested his creative mettle in a new realm. His 35-years-in-the-making film debut of “Things Don’t Stay Fixed” is the product of a long desire to see his paintings “move” he says.’
Read the full article here from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution by Felicia Feaster.
Rent the film on Amazon Prime here.