30th April - 5th June 2011
The Town Mill Art Gallery

About the Exhibition
A mill - a place of meetings, steeped in history, unearthed textures that suggest the unveiling of time - wheels of stone, embedded uneven oak beams, walls that silently hold references to the passing of time, implied memories. Water ebbing, a backdrop of rhythms of it falling against stone, turning the wheel sets in motion - an incessant stream coursing around the building complex.  A plaster form is cast, then folds, turns in on itself - its weight determines the momentum. It evolves slowly transforming. A series of paintings and drawings come into play and a dialogue is set between the two and three- dimensional.  An installation using plaster will be built in the gallery during the first period of the exhibition.  In the David West Gallery.

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