This is Saul Waranch's third solo exhibition at Haley-Henman. In the summer of 2016, he traveled to northern Ireland and lived in the Fanad Hills over-looking Lough Swilly, an Irish fjord. For six days, he filled his sketchbooks with graphite drawings capturing the contour of lines, spaces, and forms. His memory formed visual impressions of rapidly changing colors as the landscape interacted with the weather. Back in his studio, he started the process of merging his drawings into paintings that brought forth his memories of color and light. The paintings are oil and mixed media on canvas, or wood panels saturated with color fields and nuanced layering. In this sense, he references Color Field artists, but in other respects, he reflects contemporary English landscape artists. For Waranch, these art references are memories that co-mingle with his memories of Lough Swilly.