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Academician Tim Harrisson will be discussing his works on paper with particular reference to the physical context of his drawings in the Autumn Exhibition. Harrisson uses both drawing and sculpture to explore the landscape;" An experience of landscape for me is about seeing what I call the root. That is the landscape stripped bare with its essential physical qualities of structure and material revealed." He has completed a number of drawings series including The Pitt Rivers Series, 2009, and Drawings for a Geological Room, 2010 and has shown his work at Rabley Drawing Centre, Bournemouth University and New Arts Centre, Roche Court. His work is held in numerous public collections including Leicester University and Christ’s College, Cambridge.