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Rendlesham Forest, with its strange history, provides a perfect imaginative landscape in which the real world is mitigated by the painter's inner preoccupations; where elements of the commonplace mix with fear and memory. Ordinary events such as a barbeque, a picnic, or a walk in the woods with a dog are transformed, sometimes humorously, into scenes that conceal a sinister undercurrent or a disturbing question.

Paul Hamlyn: Rendelsham Forest (2009)


Includes essay by Andrew Child.

View the exhibition press release.

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