Members of Eddisbury Artists discussed aspects of memories, nostalgia and longing as a group and used this as the starting point for producing works for the exhibition. Individuals have then been freeto interpret the theme in their own way to produce a diverse range of linked works.
The Paperboat Gallery, run as a social enterprise, will bring the arts to the town of Ellesmere Port in a pioneering project aiming to give people of all ages and abilities the opportunity toexperience arts and crafts and to enrich lives by inspiring creativity. Our vision is to create a vibrant, inspiring and flourishing gallery environment that brings art to life and provides a platform for professional artists, talented amateurs and young newcomers.
We always stock a great selection of original paintings and limited editions both in contemporary and traditional styles of various subject matter. With our many years in the Art & Framing trade wehave built a reputation for choice and quality. We hope you enjoy browsing through the site.
BIG ART by local artists - a collection of art works brought together because they are all bigger than one metre long or high. Traditional and contemporary art in subtle and daring palettes. We dareyou not to like one if not all. Why not watch glassblowing demonstrations at 12 noon, 1.45pm and 3.00pm with Sarah & Charlie. We also do glass blowing taster sessions.
Launched in September 2012, with the shop itself opening on Saturday 6th October 2012, we aim to provide a creative enterprise hub to artists, designers and crafters. Our long term aim is provide aspace for people to learn new skills, work together to develop existing skills and share skills and most importantly have fun while doing it.
Martin Jones graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1988 and worked as a freelance illustrator for magazine and book publishing companies in London. Clients included The Radio Times,Elle magazine, Cosmopolitan and The Observer magazine. In 2002 he began lecturing in illustration at Wigan and Leigh College. Martin is currently a full-time painter and takes part in exhibitions around Merseyside.
FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is the UK's leading media arts centre, based in Liverpool. Our award-winning FACT building is home to three galleries (showing four exhibitions peryear), a beautiful café operated by the team behind LEAF on Bold Street, a cosy bar, and four state of the art film screens (including intimate sofa-seated The Box), programmed by our cinema partners Picturehouse and showing the best in independent and mainstream film.
Rennies Arts & Crafts was started by Ronald Rennie and Jean Rennie in 1965. The business started from selling oil paintings by Jean Rennie around the North West of England. Ronald Rennie used to framethe paintings with help from his sons, Duncan, Steven and Andrew. Every member of the family were involved in selling the paintings from key out door sites in the North West, such as Bluecoat Chambers in Liverpool, The waterfront at Chester and by the seaside at New Brighton, Southport and Caernarfon.
We specialise in large projects, whether a city landmark built out of sandwiches, a 15ft high designer chair, life size Grand National fence topiaries, or an army of Mankey Monkeys across a wholecity, we do it! Some of our recent clients include: Liverpool ONE, Barclays, ITV, BBC, Sainsburys, EAT, Think Publicity, Coca Cola, Pepsi and Liverpool FC. You can see more clients here.
With our excellent selection of originals and limited edition prints Chester art gallery ART AT 41 is THE place to visit in the North West. Our bespoke framing can also breath new life into yourpaintings, photos, prints and keepsakes! Located in the bustling and vibrant suburb of Hoole less than 1 mile from Chester's city centre, there is free parking outside the gallery so you will be able to take your time and enjoy viewing wonderful art in friendly surroundings.