Paul Fry finds his inspiration in sources such as poetry, sound, scent, and creates drawings, paintings and sculptures that explore mark making as a meditative process. Memory, rhythm and repetition are central themes to his practice. In his series The Edge of Silence, Fry obscures source material with layers of graphite dust; his new work will draw on How I go to the Woods, a poem by Mary Oliver. Fry lives and works in Cornwall, where he completed his BA at Falmouth in 2002. He has exhibited extensively in the UK.