Ian Carr is having a solo exhibition at Kingsbridge’s Harbour House this summer.
Ian’s work explores colour, texture, and the passing of time.
He told our SouthWestShows site: “My starting points are varied – from peeling paint on an old door, to graffiti, and the Devon landscape.”
He has exhibited widely including the Arnolfini Gallery Bristol, the Walker Art Gallery Liverpool, the Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester, the Roundhouse at Chalk Farm and Leeds City Art Gallery, and was instrumental in setting up the successful Bunker Project in South Devon.
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