22 – 31 July
Ian Baker’s richly evocative paintings emerge from a deep love of nature in the Romantic sense and are firmly in the English tradition of landscape as a metaphor for inner states of being: melancholy, longing and separation. His paintings depict the hidden place, or the scared space, where human traces take the form of a discarded bottle, or an item of clothing, revealing the fragility and transience of life.
Private view: Friday 22 July 6-9pm
Exhibition open: weekends only, 23 – 24 July and 30 – 31 July, 10am to 5pm