An insightful interview with Derek Hambly, about his drawings and paintings of the construction of the National Gallery of Victoria in Australia, done on site, per the request of its architect, Sir Roy Grounds, in 1967, and how Derek decided to revisit those works 50 years later.  He talks about his original thinking  process, his feelings while on site and his transformation of the 17 original drawings into 17 new, large, colorful oil paintings. A fun and enlightening introduction to the artist.