Printmaker and champion swimmer Dale Devereux Barker’s exhibition opens next week at London’s Jill George Gallery. Entitled Thoughts Made Visible, the work to be shown is as much about depicting thoughts as it is concerned with creating pictorial forms. Devereux calls his medium ‘that misty haze called print’. One set of monoprints and paintings uses small squares to form composite images of abstract shapes and colours, while another reflects the inspiration of the sea. The show catalogue has been designed by Graham Rees with photography by Douglas Atfield. Thoughts Made Visible opens on 30 March at the Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, London W1.
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