8th November 2005
EXHIBITION TO CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF DANCE
A former student of
the Hull School of Art returns to the city this weekend for a major exhibition
of his work at the
Remfry, a figurative painter who studied painting and etching in
This weekend an exhibition entitled ‘Dancers’ opens at the Ferens showcasing Remfry’s large-scale watercolours depicting bustling party scenes and more intimate group portraits completed over the last two decades.
fascination with dance began in
His paintings feature a cast of colourful and eccentric characters and capture dance and movement with energy and vibrancy.
David Remfry studied
at the art school on
is absolutely delighted to be exhibiting in his home town - it means a lot to
him,” said Christine Brady, Assistant Keeper of Art at the
“The exhibition is full of life and actually a lot of it is full of joy. He is very interested in people and how they interact. Obviously dancing is a very public thing and at the same time he is capturing intimate moments between couples."
David Remfry: Dancers will open at the
The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10am until 5pm and on Sundays from 1.30pm until 4.30pm and admission is free.
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