James Hugonin

30 September - 20 November 2010

For the past 22 years James Hugonin has made just one painting each year. From his studio in the Cheviot Hills, in the Border country between England and Scotland, Hugonin works constantly on these intense evocations of colour and light, comprised of thousands of tiny coloured marks fluctuating across the painting’s surface. Not surprisingly, exhibitions of his work are rare, so for the Artist’s 60th birthday Ingleby Gallery presented a survey of his six most recent paintings, alongside two early works that first began this remarkable series over twenty years ago.