David Seccombe shows paintings inspired by elevations for his Wall-to-Wall pieces, such as those created here in 2014-16. Nine large colorful paintings and a small kinetic sculpture fill the Project Room, open around the clock daily through March 31, 2020.
Prior to living at Westbeth, David Seccombe had a loft in the Village with an attic studio. His sculptures were put together and lowered out a window to the street. He showed at the Brata Gallery, a co-op on 3rd Ave. Later his work was exhibited in Bridgehampton, L.I., Battery Park, Penns Landing, PA, the Detroit Institute of Art, O.K. Harris gallery and others. He is a recipient of support from Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts and the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb award.