Her paintings, drawings and sculptures depict the explosive energy of the avian world of rural Norfolk where her studio is now based. A flash of light, feathers, beaks; a vortex of vitality, blood, life and death. She paints birds of the wetlands and hinterlands, magisterial swans, herons and raptors. Stonebridge’s paintings can’t contain this energy – when exhibited, they become bird-like, prone to flight. Displayed in choreographed arrangements, they teeter on their edges, pinioned and as poised as bondage performers. Like a flock frozen in space, Stonebridge’s painting-assemblages react intuitively to their neighbours and the architectural environment that they inhabit. On display, these works are complete: they are avian exhibitionists.