When artists have made a name for themselves creating a distinctive kind of art, over decades, is it brave or reckless to go off in an entirely different direction?
Dunedin artist Jeffrey Harris is known for his big, brightly painted canvases.
But his next exhibition Renaissance Days sees him sharing small, intimate works - some taken from old family photos and others with the faces of models taken from magazines.
Renaissance Days opens on the 28th of November.
Harris talks to Lynne Freeman about the works in his latest exhibition.