An exhibition of large scale and intimate works from landscape artist, Annabel Gault.
A catalogue is available with an introductory essay by art critic and author, Martin Gayford:
"From her remarkable landscape drawings, Annabel Gault is now moving back into colour and towards - without quite reaching that point - abstraction...
Gault's new pictures have an overall pattern or texture recalling for example the paintings of American abstract expressionist Mark Tobey. There is a loose, open feeling about them. At the same time, they continue to suggest their starting-point in leaves, fronds and light-filled air. Some clearly have the colours and forms of brushes or branches, in others one is not so sure."