So a couple of weeks ago I went to see David Hepher’s latest exhibition at London’s Flowers Gallery.
I was first introduced to Hepher’s work when I was doing my A-levels (and coincidentally visited this show with the A-level Art and Graphics students’ on a trip with work.) He seems to be a solid choice for art teachers!
Despite having ‘studied’ him all those years ago, this is the first time I’ve actually seen his work in person. I hadn’t realised quite how big a part texture plays in his paintings, so that was a bit of a revelation for me. It was also quite interesting to see how he works in different scales, and how he uses separate panels to form larger works.
The exhibition is on until the 13th of May 2017, well worth a look if you’re in the area (and a good excuse to pop into one of the awesome Vietnamese restaurants when you’re done!!)