What is it about the portrait that can make one feel such strong emotion? Sometimes a portrait will border on disturbing, yet draw us back in, again and again. Is it something in the eyes or the prevalence of sunken cheeks? Who is the subject and how much of the artist themselves is present? This is something I would like to explore further down the track. Justin Lee Williams, a hills dwelling artist with a graphic arts background is influenced by the myriad of human and animal life around him. His latest book ‘Attachments’ depicts some of those attachments that he has formed with his subjects. If you would like to explore some more of his world, you can visit here.