Yunus Ibraimov exhibits here extremely proficient charcoal drawings from the nude and examples of contrasting approaches to using oils on canvas. "Afternoon" and "Sunny Day" demonstrate a deft facility in the handling of paint with a freshness of stroke and colour that at the same time cleverly represent light and shade. The unexpected accents of lilac and mauve are very appealing. Alternatively, in "Poplars" and "Poplars, Sunset", he reveals a very different mood and method of paint application. The horizontal marks conjure up a bleak, blustery snowscape where the landscape shimmers and appears to melt into an insubstantial haze.