The work of Simon Kenny is entrancing and atmospheric. In addition to oils, he makes use of a wide range of media such as copper leaf, structure gel and gold leaf to fully realise his ideas. Inevitably comparisons must be made to Turner or John Martyn's sublime invocations of nature. However, Kenny's allusions are less tied to reality and float freely across a number of possibilities, the title playing a key role in guiding a viewer along a particular chain of concepts. For example "Chronicle" hints at the vastness of time which can simultaneously be something measured yet also in reality exceed measure. Illuminated vaporous clouds and geological formations, described by both paint effects and 3D forms are conjured in elemental tones of earth, fire and sky.