Watercolour is often seen as the poor relation to oils, not considered as "proper painting" by some.
It is also the first choice of many who are new to painting and yet it remains one of the most difficult mediums to master.
The clean colours and expert draftsmanship of John Raynes work succeed in making this art form look effortless.
The exuberant splashes and mark making of Richard Thorn are an emotional response to a multiple textured landscape.
The intimate delicate paintings of Amanda Hoskin are beautifully simple and yet wonderfully complex.
The layered colours that Sarah Wimperis employs give a jewel like luminosity to her work.
The chalky twin of watercolour is gouache and this is exhibited with the expert brushstrokes of Richard Tuff.
We have a preview of this fascinating exhibition in our upstairs gallery from tomorrow, Saturday 1st of October with the full exhibition opening on Saturday 8th October and running until the 19th.