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This is one of a series of five works based on musical instruments and responses to musical sounds. Bennett imitates the music through painting technique by using a variety of brushstrokes and lively colour to represent the unique sound characteristics. The painting has divided panels placed in higher and lower, deeper and shallower composition. This style of mounting was done to depict the staccato playing of notes from a flute.
In 2000 David joined the ArtCare team, for one day a week, as a technician helping with installation and maintenance of 2D and 3D work at Salisbury District Hospital.
Salisbury District Hospital
acrylic on board
H 122 x W 171 cm (E)