Our March group exhibition features paintings that are saturated with glorious colour.
Chroma is the quality of a colour’s purity, intensity or saturation. We are exploring the limits of these characteristics through the recently consigned abstract paintings by Ron Martin and David Sorensen with new arrivals by Jonathan Forrest, James Kirkpatrick and William Perehudoff.
Ron Martin is a master of colour and he delivers with his 1972 “Alizarin-Crimson” one-colour red painting and 1970 “World #28”.
Jonathan Forrest, William Perehudoff and David Sorensen’s minimalist abstract paintings follow strict modernist practices while James Kirkpatrick’s bold spray-painted paintings are energetically charged because of the application of paint and chromatic colours.