Where the palette is limited and the emphasis is on contour and form. Katherine Lubar's paintings capture the mood of the film noir. The strong, yet restrained contours of Gilda Westermann's pots, Françoise Dufayard's painterly slipware and Hidemi Asano's sculptural jewellery reflect the shapes and the shadow-play in Katherine's work and yet they remain organic in nature. The air of calm is reinforced by the serene, architectural, almost industrial forms of Regina Heinz' and David Binns' ceramic sculptures, and by the timeless geological emphasis in Wendy Lawrence's and Peter Clough's work. Tom Hill's wire bird sculptures have the final word.
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