David Hamling’s paintings, drawings and mixed media show Canto is at the Harbour House gallery in Kingsbridge.
David says: “I have no particular interest in either abstraction of figuration for its own sake, and often utilise both facets in one piece.
“The work for this show has been divided into three sections: the view within, the view without and the view beyond. I have consciously employed three completely different processes in order to demonstrate what I consider to be the most appropriate method for each.
“I consider there to be a very close association between visual art and music and I try to give the work some of the autonomy enjoyed by music, hence the title Canto.
“Thus the interiors are clean, crisp and simple, the exteriors utilise a textural process and the more cosmic work a freedom beyond the norm.”
Canto is at Harbour House in Kingsbridge from Tuesday 18 to Sunday 23 September 2018.
Check out opening times and directions to Harbour House, Kingsbridge. Admission is free.
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