Helen Lindon's work is grounded in a deep understanding of paint and of the human eye. Her work focuses on form through colour and takes our perceptions through their paces. Colours spar with each other. Taut structure holds colours bursting with vibrancy at a point of harmony. Such is the delicacy of this equilibrium that the smallest of marks added or removed would rupture the order and release the havoc. Contrastingly other paintings clearly celebrate the phenomenology of this optical mayhem. Even the paintings that attack our eye - bouncing our perceptions back and forth as the image pulsates with colour - are highly ordered by this painter's articulate brush.