I was really intrigued by almost all of the works, from these beautiful porcelain flowers to hundreds of paint strips hanging on wires to huge works made entirely from rubics cubes, but the most intriguing was Zac Freeman's. He uses junk and found objects to create portraits that from a distance, could fool you to thinking they are paintings. In fact, my friend and I were getting so into the piece they had at the show, the gallery owner began to think we could actually afford to buy something. He even asked, in his British accent, "Do you get to London often?" "Oh, not too often..." we replied. And then he started to explain where they are located (on Oxford St), as if we'd have a clue. Ha. Anyway, I really enjoyed Woolff's artists and I hope you do too.