Now on at the Kerlin Gallery in Dublin, 'Art, Drugs and Prayer' is an exhibition of the work of David Godbold. Godbold is interested in both 'high' and 'low' culture and he's well known for his extremely playful pieces using found objects. You'll see plenty of that in the Kerlin but it's the large scale paintings which represent both a real departure and, at the same time, something of a return. His usual preoccupations are there - his mythic landscapes based on the work of obscure Belgian and Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries - but it's worth noting that he also cites as an inspiration the school of Rolf Harris. 'Art, Drugs and Prayer' is at the Kerlin Gallery in Dublin until the 11October.