In keeping with Alexander Jowett's Horizon Lines, his recent series Reflections delves into the dual nature of the notion of reflecting: from a personal to a physical experience. By paring down his palette to duo-chrome works, he explores the nature of a reflection in the sense of a sending, or casting back, of light. The work is a quiet, contemplative response to Friedrich Nietzsche’s idea ‘... if Thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into Thee’ whereby the abyss becomes the horizon and so staring into that void, where two planes meet and reflect, one finds an openness to contemplating their own self more freely.