An exhibition of work by local artists Rachael Allain, Margaret Harland and Charlotte Price.

The artists explore the unacknowledged qualities of landscape reflecting those interfaces between water, land, path and field. There is a constant endeavour to portray the fragile transient moment when the landscape opens up a singular insight that otherwise remains unnoticeable. When subsumed into an entire descriptive framework of landscape the imagery can be intangible but drawn out to stand alone it is beautiful, mesmerising and provocative. The subtext of the place, its physicality, geography and cultural history play a part in the presence of each artist in these places.

The exhibition opens Friday June 14 with a reception in the Garden Room Gallery from 17.30 to 19.30 and remains open until July 4.

Image: Charlotte Price: Oak Moss Lichen (iii)