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Archive > John H. Potter, Light at the End of the Tunnel

Exhibition from 14 November - 27 November 2014

Lights at the End of the Tunnel, A Child of War's Visual Memoir, at 78 yrs of age, John H. Potter

John.H.Potter was born in London in 1936 and has been living in Melbourne Australia since 1956 He studied at London University and worked for many years in Melbourne building & designing homes.

"Light at the end of the tunnel" is a body of work influenced by John's childhood and his horific memories of being a child of war growing up during the London Blitz, where he sheltered underground with families, as well as later again in the Bristol bombing's. also, of other times where he was free to explore Stone Henge and Chedar caves, as well as other ancient cathedral and castle ruins.

"Light at the end of the tunnel" is a body of work, non-digenerate in nature. Non-digenerate art is a term coined by John, to descibe his work, which gives the appearance of digitally produced work, but is actually produced without the reliance on computer's or digital generation. It is work created by the artist's hand.