In the forthcoming exhibition, 'Recent Work', Rosemary Valadon celebrates the textures and colours of - and juxtapositions between - special and everyday objects. Each work invites a sensory experience of her subject’s variation of form, materiality and colour. Shiny surfaces shimmer against deep pigments of colour. A thin stemmed wine glass sits next to softly rounded pear. Flowers interlace random objects, making delicate links and patterns. This interaction for the viewer is visceral, where one can almost taste the fruit, smell the flowers and stroke the fabrics in each tableau or visual diary. Valadon's new exhibition draws us inside the private world and interior space of her home-studio at Hill End.