‘VIEW’ by Spencer John Derry at Heswall Library. 10-22 May 2010.
‘VIEW’ was painted in late February- early March 2010, barring one piece from 2007. The exhibition shows nine scenes of Chester, Cheshire, Wirral and Crosby beach Merseyside.
All artworks were painted on canvas with black and white acrylic paint. All art is for sale at affordable prices.
Derry has spent most of his life in Chester and was nominated for the Randolph Caldecott Society Award in 1991 while studying at Blacon Art College. He went on to to study film at The Hull School of Art in 1993 where gained his Bachelor of Arts.
Spencer has had numerous exhibitions notably Blacksheep Gallery at Gladstone Estate and Liverpool Academy of Arts. His poetry has been published by a Manchester based magazine ‘The Ugly Tree’ in 2007 which is now housed at The South Bank Centre poetry library in London.
At present the artist is working on outsider, visionary, dark art, surrealism imagery that far surpasses his earlier work.
The exhibition opens Monday 10th May (afternoon) and ends Saturday 22nd May at 1.00pm
Telegraph Road, Heswall CH60 0AF
Tel : (0151) 342 4552
Monday : 9.00am – 7.30pm
Tuesday : 9.00am – 5.00pm
Thursday : 9.00am – 7.30pm
Friday : 9.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday : 9.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00 – 5.00pm
View to Chester Cathedral – Spencer John Derry