Landscape, Place and Memory

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In the form of painting, printmaking and drawing, this exhibition will explore David Harker's enduring interest in the representation of landscape and in particular, the extent to which landscape imagery can connect with the concepts of place and memory.

The exhibition will include some examples of a recent and ongoing series of drawings and prints of species of trees, including those in Pinner Memorial Park.

David is exhibiting at The Attic gallery, the upstairs of a 17th century grade II listed building and home to Pinner's oldest shop. This unique and intimate space retains many of its original features and creates an atmospheric setting for art.

Private view: Saturday 3rd, 2-7pm

3rd-8th November
Mon - Sat, 9am-5:30pm