The exhibition was about the artist's paintings and wood carvings that he had made of boats/ports, etc. What I especially liked about his paintings was the bright colours he used - there were just about three to four colours in each coloured painting, but I found it realistic and nicely simple. He also did paintings of parts of boats, which were incredibly intricate and very impressive. The artist also made prints, which I found reminded me of comics - the prints were in black and white, and one of them had some colour. I really liked the prints, and I really like the artist's style of drawing humans. The wood carvings were wonderful, and very realistic - they just seemed to jump out of the picture. Overall, I found the exhibition very interesting, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
I went to an art exhibition at Firstsite called "Wood to Water" by James Dodds, born in 1957 in Brightlingsea.