Leaving behind the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 20 years ago, Joseph Sevier set up his studio in a beautiful walled garden in Sandwich, Kent. Nature's thriving generosity and abundance found its way into his unique vast canvases. Flowers fill the painted surfaces to bursting point. Over the years visitors to the studio have agreed to sit for paintings. Now for the first time, Joseph Sevier's portraits, including that of Vice Chancellor ' Professor Michael Wright who is retiring, can be seen in the perfect context, surrounded by large flower paintings. This show brings together the people and the imaginative studio world to which they came to be painted.
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