Juliette Paull's most recent body of work explores a continuously unfolding visual connection to the landscape within Baroque painting. The notion of romanticism and the sublime is of particular significance in the 18th century frescoes by Tiepolo. Drawing inspiration from these has opened up a personal dialogue with the historical aesthetic and with the dramatic landscape that the artist inhabits. The constant flux within the spatial and psychological spaces of these recent paintings acts as an opening for the viewer to engage on a purely imaginative and immersive level.