Flora, explores the historical and contemporary representation of flowers, plants and the genre of floral still life. Each of the artists in this exhibition interprets through their uniquely developed style the organic curves and soft folds of flowers and leaves that we display in our homes or plant in our gardens.

Clare Chinnery and Hilary Dron add a contemporary pop of colour with abstracted roses and pansies dripping down the canvas. Andrew Sherriff offers a traditional observational view with his flower studies, having a background in life drawing and working tonally with light and shadow, adding surprising backgrounds of textured swirls. If these artists are on a scale of style then Grahame Ashcroft sits in the middle, with his shapely compositions of close-up flowerpots and planters, all in zingy bright colours but true to the form of the flower species he analyses.