07 November to 26 November 2017
Sculptor Ray Haydon creates sinuous linear forms that respond to space, on a monumental and domestic scale, using an extensive variety of materials. Haydon uses the form of sculpture with its multiple vantage points to create his drawings in space. These open networks of linear abstract formations range from colossal outdoor sculptures to intimately scaled works for the interior. Through this unconventional use of sculpture, Haydon is able to draw organically in three dimensions. His work can be likened to the large-scale steel Abstract Expressionist works of eminent sculptor David Smith (1906-1965). Haydon’s current practice comprises a curving and rounding of form that is more fluid than some of his previously hard-edged angular works.
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