Popalini and Jezando make functional yet delicate wheel-thrown pots often glazed with white tin and erratic flashes of copper. They are influenced by both the traditional humble, bellied pots of North Devon and the subtle understated forms they admired whilst studying in Japan. | Paul Anderson; “So now, having spent years making really hefty figurative Daybeds and Tables out of relic oak beams and boards, and being primitive at all costs, I find my style is turning quieter and more oriental. It’s partly because a number of my chief fascinations - visible repair, asymmetry, imperfection and so on - fit so well there." | Rose Anderson, whose halcyon paintings have been commissioned for public spaces, is currently creating plant-form images by cutting and arranging delicate shapes in ingenious ways. The results are vital and playful - unique, evocative patterns that are both brilliant and beguiling.