Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Painting and poetry

Harry Seymour’s art is arresting both for its stunning visual impact and the meaning behind the work, each amplified through an evocative accompanying poem. Seymour uses his unique pastel scratchboard technique, a subtractive process of continually adding medium and then scratching away, repeating this process...

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