Juncture can represent a point in time when the seasons change. It can be a place where fields meet. Or it can be a critical moment when we need to make a decision. Our needs and how we must live on this planet are at a significant juncture.
Patrick Grieve’s works are not direct representations of places, nor are they abstract. They have an uneasy edge between the figurative scene and the pure pattern or colour. His paintings are worked and laboured over just as the soil and crops have been worked and plotted. They are scraped back or layered, constantly evolving, and never really complete.
Exhibition opens: 5:30pm–7:30pm Friday 13 March 2020