Combining a strong musical background with patterns drawn from diverse traditions, Jill Leighton’s images are bold in imagination and ambition. They typically show strong angular frameworks barely supporting the soft but relentless pressure of the supple plants (ranging from seaweed and mushrooms to convolvulus and iris), whose growth seems to have been responsible for the background fragmentations. The images dwindle down through identifiable forms such as the plants to tiny dots of colour and the finest of hairs twisting in an invisible breeze. Jill's uncanny ability to orchestrate the unlikeliest colour combinations to form her images are reminiscent of music - crazy jazz, serene sonatas, sad laments, dissonant modernism, mesmerising minimalism - where the same twelve notes can be endlessly recombined, and remixed, just like colour combinations elaborated from a few primary (red, yellow, blue) and secondary (orange, green, purple) tints and shades. Finally, each of Jill's creations has what she calls an 'energy point' that triggers the explosions that adorn these walls.