The gallery says: Chris Frost's new body of sculptural works consist of artworks observing perceptions of our natural environment. "The artist is interested in exploring a discrepancy between the groomed environment we encounter through media and commerce contrasted with the reality of our delicate and easily fractured physical spaces. These large floor and wall sculptures incorporate a variety of materials; painted fabric, resin, foam, wood and steel. Each of the artworks is anchored by natural forms (tree, boulder, stump) and is fabricated from white glazed ceramic.The white ceramic appears as a ghostly and fragile construct: an authentic environment. Winter reflects a passage of time, hibernation and dormancy, and even peril.''