There is a strange beauty to Beirne's unsettling images, and their implications are deceptive. Working with media from painting on canvas, to sculptural pieces of intensely worked raw silk and felt, to turned and carved wood and assemblage, Beirne employs the humble vernacular of object-making: mementos, religious relics and domestic decorative objects. Paintings of acute detail are beautifully crafted and are alive with intertwined corpuscles and organic intimations. The sculptural works are exquisitely crafted in black organza and pink silk satin, real branches are painted salmon pink with deep red tips. The terrain is a surreal experience.