‘Lost and found edges’ is a term used to describe tonal values – or ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ edges - in painting. This poetic phrase reflects our exhibition’s investigation of the expression and marking out of space both in a pictorial painting sense, and more metaphorically.

In this show the artists’ works are displayed in dialogue. Both practices engage with themes of the spatial, natural and constructed in relation to real and conceived place.

Beth makes paintings that suggest landscape. They are made quite instinctively and tend to heavily deconstruct and simplify the photographs of landscape she works from. In this sense she is trying to make works that are unmediated and about direct or elemental experience of landscape.

Elisa's work explores the way that manmade structures formulate and divide space. Drawing on an interest in the urban and the innate qualities of material, Elisa makes both paintings and objects.

Thursday, 29 March, 12:00 – 16:00

Opening night preview: Wednesday, 28 March 19:00 – 21:00