National touring Photography! exhibition in Preston

This fabulous exhibition features work from some of the best professional photographers in the country, all members of the BIPP (British Institute of Professional Photography). There really is something for everyone: from fine art to celebrity portraiture,¬†contemporary art to landscapes, wildlife to commercial, wedding and portraits to fitness, military to underwater¬†and of course, the downright … Read more

More people in the North to experience celebrated British art works

Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool will join Yorkshire Sculpture Park as a recipient of the Arts Council’s National Partners Fund to host and curate work from the Arts Council Collection. The ¬£1.8 million programme marks the 70th anniversary of the Arts Council Collection.

Since being founded in 1946, the Arts Council Collection has grown to become one of the greatest collections of British art in the world and can be seen in galleries up and down the country, as well as in schools, hospitals and other public buildings.

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Winter at Oxheys

Join us for this Winter evening with mulled wine and mince pies, enjoy the images from Bryn Griffiths exhibition and some fascinating Chernobyl-inspired soundscapes from our friend Chelytherium who is making a welcome return visit. Instead of a winter exhibition this year, we are extending the exhibition and holding this as a closing event. Hope … Read more

Elements in Gallery at the Wharf

selling exhibition Elements

Our new selling exhibition Elements is installed in the gallery. It is a good example of the different way artists and designers can interpret a theme

There are pieces using elements as inspiration, copper being one of them. Others have thought of it as weather with scenes depicting the seasons or the earth, water, air and fire as elements.

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Kerenza Gallery

Although based in Cornwall, Kerenza Gallery is an online gallery with strong ties with the North West. Whilst I live in Cornwall, I was born and bred in Liverpool. The three founder artists that joined me in setting up Kerenza Gallery, are all living and working in the Liverpool area – Jane Reilly, Elaine Preece Stanley and S. K. Stevens.

Orange Flowers by Jane Reilly
Orange Flowers by Jane Reilly

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Light & Shade in Gallery at the Wharf

The Light & Shade exhibition explores the juxtaposition and contrast of colour. We have many striking pieces of art that make a statement and not to be forgotten our 3D covers a range of ceramics, textiles, wood, glass, jewellery and photography. We have invited several guest artists with new pieces not regularly in the gallery.

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