Stewart Bremner / mixed media
Brian Dennis / installation
Mira Gohel / photography
Mary Gordon / sculpture
Amy Ralston / fiber
Stewart Bremner : Abstract artist from Edinburgh Scotland, I've been painting for over ten years. My work uses colour and form to explore themes of freedom, surrender, release and growth.
Brian Dennis : The piece emerged from a fascination with our desire to capture the ethereal. I'm hopeful that it is uncertain if the layers are air streams, rock strata, or just different dimensions somehow converging. The work is also a meditation on repetition.
Mira Gohel : Using toy cameras, Mira Gohel creates off-kilter diptychs of universal subjects. This seemingly playful approach can have unpredictable outcomes which, at best, result in arresting imagery set in disquietude.
Mary Gordon's childhood home, Iowa, is a presence in her current work, both painting and sculpture. The conceptual motivation for the work stems from an external visual understanding of "home" within the landscape.
Amy Ralston : These organic forms arrived as an instinctive sequel to my earlier explorations of the natural world. Although my gaze has gone microscopic — seeking inspiration among bugs and bacteria — I continue to ask the viewer to re-engage with strange yet familiar forms, uncomfortably touching on issues of safety, fear, and control.