Twilight is the intermingling of dark and light, a time when light shimmers in the rapidly approaching gloom and darkness invades the fading light. It is a beautiful time of day. It is also a mysterious time, a time of loss, when the shadows lengthen and the day is gone.
Metaphorically, the coexistence of light and dark, joy and sorrow, hope and fear, is universal: it makes up every era, every struggle, every life. We explore the different meanings of Twilight in this exhibition with the sculptures and paintings of four local artists: Chris Clother, Belinda Hanson, Carol Jenkins and Cathy Valentine.
Our current cultural turmoil, with its moments of great harm as well as remarkable generosity, is the backdrop for this inquiry into the weaving of light and dark in our world.