Having been to the opening view of Whitney Mcveigh's new exhibition at the A Foundation gallery last week, it was refreshing to see an artist going back to basics in the age of digital.
The American-born artist, now based in London, only uses monochrome and basic materials, doing away with the brush in a manner that can't help remind you of Jackson Pollock.
It's the kind of art you can stare at for hours - leaving you unconsciously searching for the human form in the different shapes. It adds another dimension to what are already beautiful abstract images. Runs from now until 1 November at the A Foundation London, Club Row, Rochelle School, London, E2 7ES (020 7729 8275)
Photograph by Francis Ware