John Devlin

12 Jun 2010 - 1:15 pm to 25 Jun 2010 - 11:00 am

This exhibition of 22 architectural sketches in a naive, intuitive idiom looks at a fanciful expansion of King's College, Cambridge in the spirit - if not the letter - of the man who founded it in 1441, the saintly king Henry VI.

They are 8.5 x 11 inch sheets, executed in ball point pen, crayola crayon, Laurentian colour pencils and simple marker pens to give a sense of the quickness of doodling, which may also be architectural sketching.

John studied architecture at Dalhousie/TUNS in Canada graduating in 1977, before going on to Cambridge (St Edmund's) to study theology for a year in 1979.


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