Gallery 4 &5


25 June to 11 July
Ray Wilkinson uses geometric imagery in his paintings, which seek to indicate how colour, texture and space can affect the emotional climate of a work. In several he compresses stripes close together, with bolder colour combinations suggestive of vigour and energy; in others fewer stripes placed wider apart convey a calmer and quieter atmosphere.


25 June to 11 July
With a focus on colour and form, Ian Moore’s works in are based on chevrons – two lines that meet at one point. His central interest is in how they can indicate movement, protection, direction, containment and connection. “Colour speaks to our eyes, words to our ears. A soft tone can evoke a warm conversation,” he notes.