Fascinated by light and movement, Lumsden pursues his investigation of the creative process. Working between Edinburgh and Point on the Isle of Lewis, James’ work constantly evolves. Although essentially abstract, the most recent works suggest a sense of landscape and place which has developed from living on the island. Time, space, light and colour are the elements which permeate Lumsden’s work. These are used and interact differently in every work, yet all the works share one feature: it is the viewer who, through the physical act of looking, interprets and responds to the different elements.