Fergus Hare makes oil paintings of the Sussex landscape. However, rather than paint directly from the landscape, these works stem from the imagination. With a firm nod to the fantastical “valley of vision” of Samuel Palmer and the mysticism of William Blake, Hare re-imagines the landscape as a dream-scape, on the edge of twilight. Alongside his paintings Hare also makes extraordinary charcoal drawings of the moon and planets. A solar system of the imagination.