In the exhibition you'll find unlikely relationships & carefully constructed coincidences that are delicate in their nature & unsettling in their content.
In this solo display of Rachel Goodyear’s recent work you will find two of the Peter Scott Gallery collection’s most recent acquisitions: cave that coughed and girl who strokes bees. Acquired through support from the Peter Scott Gallery Charitable Trust, they are outstanding examples of the mysterious nature of Goodyear’s work. In the exhibition you will find unlikely relationships and carefully constructed coincidences that are delicate in their nature and unsettling in their content. Drawing is the cornerstone of Goodyear’s practice and it can be seen throughout a display that was selected by the artist and includes a recent animation piece.