The Stallan-Brand gallery is currently host to Paintings 2018 - 2024, a collection of work by Edinburgh-based artist Pat Fisher. The paintings on display are non-objective, visual exercises and experiments, that put practice and process before theory. The paintings are made with painstaking slowness, using what can be best described as resist methods, of oil paint on (mainly) aluminium where the paint sits hard on the non-porous, smooth surface, vital so that the geometric lines and forms can be controlled to achieve a taut image. No arbitrary marks or accidents are included. There are no detailed sketches for the paintings as the slowness of the process, the need to allow each layer to dry before another mark can be made alongside, creates the rigour needed. The exhibition will run until the 8th of March.