Castle Park Arts Centre New Exhibitions
28 June - 6 August 2017
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham
Castle Park Arts Centre has four exciting new exhibitions starting from 28 June 2017 until 6 August 2017. In Gallery 1 we have ‘Different Horizons’ by North Wales 6. An exhibition by six artists from North Wales who have created an intriguing display of work responding individually to their own personal landscapes. The artists have created work, from reflections of washing on a line, to super colour charged mountains, poetic horizons and energetic rock formations creating inspiring exhibition in response to different horizons.
The Ginger Jar features the work of two Warrington-based artists; Helen Culleton and Sue Ellis, who are exhibiting in gallery 2. Working in a variety of mediums, and with differing styles and approaches to their work, both artists share a love of landscape and wildlife - which is reflected in their work. Together, they explore various ways of using textiles, embroidery, felting, drawing and painting to represent nature and how this subject inspires them to create.
In gallery 3 we have ‘Art Creations’ by Friends of Mid Cheshire College. They are a group of art and textile students and tutors from Mid Cheshire College who met whilst attending a 'Level 2 Fine Arts course' in 2015-2016. They have remained in touch inspired by the desire to make art and have fun.
Anne Bonner is exhibiting in the Link Gallery. ‘Here and There’ is an exhibition of paintings inspired by flowers in her garden, her local area and her favourite places in Snowdonia. Her work is mainly in watercolour or pen and watercolour. Combining the two techniques provides an underlying structure to the paintings which can be more loosely concluded with a limited palette of watercolour washes.
Our ‘Meet the Artists’ open evening is on 30 June 2017, between 7 – 9 pm. Come along and view the exhibitions, chat with the artists and enjoy a free drink. www.castleparkarts.co.uk
Liverpool Art Fair 2017 will take place throughout July and August
at Liverpool’s Iconic Pier Head, as part of the Pier Head Village.
The team are delighted to announce that Liverpool Art Fair is back for a sixth year, bigger and better than ever before! In 2017, the event will be part of the Pier Head Village and take place in a purpose built art gallery on Liverpool Waterfront for ten weeks, giving talented local artists the opportunity the showcase their work to a huge audience of locals and tourists.
This is an open submission event, and we are inviting all artists based within a 35 mile radius of Liverpool, to submit work for inclusion. DEADLINE: Sunday 14 May 2017
South Liverpool Photographic Society - Exhibition
27 July - 9 August 2017
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral -Closed On Tues Aug 1
A Photography Exhibition that will be sure to inspire and encourage you to pick up your camera!
We are showing around 200 large prints and a similar number of projected images reflecting the work of all our members, from the beginner to the more experienced.
Venue - Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. Open from Thurs 27th July to Wed 9th Aug 9am to 5pm daily EXCEPT Tues 1st Aug FREE ENTRY
Members of SLPS will be on hand to answer any questions and to talk about the activities of South Liverpool Photographic Society. You can view members' galleries and the syllabus on our website.
Meetings are every Thursday evening in CADWA, Rocky lane, L16 1JP. New members/visitors welcome throughout the year - just turn up at 7.45pm.
Liverpool Academy of Arts at Corke Gallery
Tuesday 8 - Thursday 24 August 2017
Corke Gallery, 296-8 Aigburth Rd L'Pool L17 9PW
Art exhibition, several artists showing a wide variety of styles of artwork.
Tuesday - Saturday, 12.00 - 17.00