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Interview – Darren Henderson

Darren Hendersons recent work is an explosive menagerie revolving around the most enigmatic of all  birds of prey, yet, unlike the darkened nights in which owls usually dwell, Henderson has managed to illuminate his subjects, not only by their sheer numbers, but by colourful skill of hand and witty presentation.

In his recent solo exhibition “Get Lost Find Something”, at Gorker Gallery, Henderson presents over 300 individual paintings, arranged as a hung mosaic of the globe.  This ambitious display of colour and muse seems to have payed off for Henderson, with the success of the show placing him firmly on any urban aficionados watch list.

Invurt had the chance to pick Hendersons brain recently, and find out where this plethora of winged messengers sprung from …

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