Some of the work on show I was seeing for a second time like the multiple canvases of Julia Wachtel and the highly detailed faces of Jelena Bulajic.
|Ljubica by Jelena|
|Landscape No. 19 by Julia|
What stood out to me on this visit though was the work of the enigmatic and somewhat reclusive French artist Henri Barande and in particular his take on The Last Supper (as far as I and some other visitors could decode).
|A sign to|
What was odd about it was the way that from a distance it created the image but as you got closer it was gone - like some sort of post Briget Riley Op art on Crack it felt wildly addictive.
|many big bold works|
|And some times you see it|
|But it doesn't get clearer.|
And still on the art theme here's a Mondrian- influence tile arrangement at Pimlico
|Mondrian liked his Reds too|