Liane Naranjo is a self-taught artist from Cuba. The work she shows here in Londonart are mostly acrylic on canvas and are largely figurative. Figures are often pictured in gardens or fields, large hats shading their heads from the sun. Although darkness too is a recurring theme in Naranjo's work. In "The Wind", the golden leaves of a tree are set against a dark brooding background. In "La Duda", a figure hangs up her hat and sits in solitude in a darkened room. The walls are painted with swift, atmospheric brushstrokes, which add a degree of expression to the composition and hint at the figure's psychological state.