Clementine Chan's paintings offer viewers a quiet corner for meditation and her latest solo exhibition, No More, No Less, is no exception. The exhibition is a collection of small oil paintings featuring tiny or elongated figures set amid vast landscapes. Looking at these paintings, urban viewers will be reminded of the beauty of nature that we so seldom see - the sky, the sun, moonlight, clouds, stars and the wonders of the different seasons. Very few local artists can convey the solitude of human existence in such an accessible and efficient manner. Take Trapped, a painting that features a small figure in a meadow on a windy day. The colours are autumnal - browns and yellows predominate - and the wilderness implies a lack of companionship. Nocturne also builds on the theme of solitude: a small figure, blue and lonely, stands at night in the wild in front of a canvas. The forest in the distance suggests something beautiful and mysterious but also out of reach. Likewise, in White Blossom, a flower, white as snow, blossoms alone surrounded by plants of uniform patterns. Among the exhibited works, Shadow (pictured) is perhaps Chan's most celebrated painting and it will resonate with those who admire the works of Alberto Giocometti. The picture shows a lonely figure with an elongated body and limbs walking in a greyish landscape. Viewers can neither recognise its features nor comprehend its emotions. The figure is like a muted matchstick man, both alive and dead at the same time - perhaps a reflection of the modern human condition. Since art is open to interpretation, you may well leave the exhibition with a different opinion of the paintings. But viewers of all ages will definitely take something from Chan's delicate canvases. No More, No Less, Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm, Choice Cup Gallery, 21 Wing Fung St, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2402 2222. Ends June 12.