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Gillian Warden’s recent paintings teeter on the edge of transformation, poised and readying for the unknown. Much like a chrysalis unseen within the delicate filigree of its cocoon, they seek to hold an interim space, a deep breath, a lacuna, a potent anticipation.

Evoking elements from the natural world, they are multilayered, being as much about the medium of paint and the process of painting as with an experience of nature. They explore through abstracted shapes, textures and the interplay of light and dark, developing dimensions that open multiple meanings.