Parndon Mill Lane, off Elizabeth Way, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2HP
Hertfordshire based painter, Graham Boyd has become well known for his striking abstract canvases. This exhibition presents work from a period when he turned away from paint and colour out into relief, and eventually free standing three dimensional constructions. The precision in making these was vital when he then went back to flat surfaces and drawing. He started to use a rapidograph pen and a straight edge, producing a series of grids.
Those familiar with Graham Boyd's work will find the New Hampshire Grids and the 3D pieces a very interesting diversion. They may also appeal to mathematicians! All visitors to this important exhibition should find it fascinating.