Presenting three very exciting artists whose works are very much in contrast, yet often rely on texture, and reworking the surface as an important part of their creative process. One of the leading Welsh contemporary artists, Vivienne Williams was elected RCA in 2017, a just reward for her beautiful contemplative paintings which involve layer upon layer of reworked colour and texture. Henry Jabbour, originally from Lebanon, now resident in Cambridge, focuses on the human figure and on the emotive qualities of body gesture, colour and mark-making. His training at Leith School of Art in Edinburgh and a Masters from New York Academy of Art backs up his instinctive feel for the vulnerability and fragility of his subject matter. Edinburgh artist Rose Strang is a fine talent. She refers mainly to the landscapes of her native land seeking to communicate her response to her beautiful, often bleak subject matter. Her Iona series, painted for this exhibition is fresh vigorous and outstanding work.