Joynes is described as a storyteller, fascinated with historical myths and fables.
Her work uses figurative narratives to explore themes relating to identity, connection and relationship to place from the female perspective.
Joynes’ works also explores changing spirituality in a multicultural, globalised society and the tendency for society to ornament, control and tame the natural environment.
Working predominantly in acrylics, Joynes uses bold colours, patterns and spiritual iconography to create very detailed works.
Mythopoeia is open until Sunday, March 6.