“The function of the artist is to describe the world in the first person: this is my life, this is my set of experiences. If you get twenty-five or thirty people like Bill Robinson, Joe Furlonger and Richard Dunlop who describe their world in the first person and you weave them together you start to get some sort of fabric of our society. I’ve got a basic belief that the eccentrics, the mavericks, the one-offs are the real artistic mainstream.”  Ray Hughes, 2002

“Remember, there is never just one trend going on in art, never just one feeling. Mondrian and Matisse lived at the same time, together with Klee and Soutine. Old man Monet painted his water lilies while Cubism was being invented and after it was left behind.” – Andre Emmerich, The Art Dealers

“Dunlop’s works are not only about moving through memorable environments, but are in a larger sense about moving on in life: growth, loss and transition, looking back nostalgically at old possessions, throwing off some old encumbrances while assuming new ones.” – Sue Smith

“Remember that when Andy {Warhol} died in February 1987, his top price at auction was $650,000,
as opposed to Johns who had already sold for $17 million, Rauschenberg hit $6.3 million,” – Advice
received from Mary Boone

“The visual, on the other hand, short-circuits the labyrinth of words… Like music, it leaps right over rational, reasonable thoughts.” – Robert Greene