Hazlehurst Studios and Gallery: Landmarks and Boundaries

3 – 31 July 2015

10.00 – 15.00

Free

Markmakers Halton’s professional artists collective are exhibiting their latest work based on the theme ‘Landmarks & Boundaries’. This a project inspired by the artists geographical location of living near to the coastline of North West England and Wales, and their individual experiences, knowledge of tides, islands, pathways, landmark buildings, histories and folklore.

With planned group walks throughout 2015, nights spent away on rural sites, the artists will explore and further research what Landmarks and Boundaries means to them individually, including some collaborate interventions and facilitated projects.

The responsive works will be presented in different media, including painting, collage, sculpture, text and print-works, and exhibited in various locations in 2015-2016 as a touring exhibition to inspire and inform.

Further information:

Markmakers is a group of artists who have been established for over 12 years. They meet monthly in Halton and regularly exhibit in arts venues across the North West. Past exhibitions have included The Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn; Warrington Museum and Art Gallery; Bank Quay Gallery, Warrington; Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham; and The Albert Dock, Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Independents Exhibitions www.markmakers-artists.co.uk

Exhibiting artists:

Sue Archer, Casey Carlin, Nicky Carlin, Jacqui Chapman, Jane Chinea, Jane Copeman, Judith Ferns, Val Jackson, Rachel James, Allison John, Tony Jones, Sharon Lelonek, Jeni McConnell, Amanda Oliphant, Cliff Richards, Cathy Rounthwaite, Wendy Rudd, Susan Meyerhoff Sharples, Angela Sidwell, Maria Tarn, Claire Weetman. Maria Walker, Janet Worrall.

 

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