House 62 Regents Park Road. NW1 (586 5170) Chalk Farm tube Tue-Sun
Rhonda Whitehead’s paintings make an immediate impression both of delicacy and freedom as you goin. Faint arched forms, like a rainbow or horizon edge, or a simple gesture of the arm, cross a cold white canvas. Their faint but sharp colors are beautifully judged and give the whole room an airy feeling. Clearly she has gained by moving to this more expansive style from earlier geometric devices. Also in the upstairs room is Stephen Carter, whose white wall pieces depend on the effects of light across small variations of surface. Downstairs are some interesting small precisionist pictures by a Luxembourg born artist, Rita Wolff, which gain their effect by the way she translates dreams (her own and those of friends) into a kind of emotional architecture. Until Feb 7).