A short video by John Thornton on youtube:
"David Shevlino's paintings are gorgeously alive, his color and brushwork vigorously beautiful. You could argue that striving after beauty is a valuable enough pursuit, but Shevlino's work goes beyond this. Sometimes when I look at his paintings I feel a sense of recognition, as though I'd already known the image--as though I'd seen it in a dream. His figures in motion don't seem to evoke a single, quick click of the camera shutter, but instead are moments when time seems to pause in its tracks."