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Conversation in Colour


A collaboration between Paul Huxley RA and Holly Rowan Hesson at arebyte gallery

6-27 October 2018

Curated by Caroline Worthington, Director of the Royal Society of Sculptors, Conversation in Colour brought together painter Paul Huxley RA and emerging sculptor Holly Rowan Hesson for the first time. The exhibition presented new specially commissioned, site-specific work. While working in different media, they both used planes of colour to create visual riddles in their work. Huxley created two new canvasses for the show, juxtaposed with installations by Hesson. Visitors were invited to take part in the dialogue contained in the artists’ work.


Images: Vassilis Skopelitis

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