Southport: Macmillan Summer Pop-up Gallery

Summer  Pop-up Gallery PosterAArt For Macmillan Cancer Support’s Pop-up Gallery is opening this summer, from 10 June to the 23 September  in a vacant commercial property.  An exhibition of  work by local practitioners is taking place at 2 Tulketh Street, (next to Café Nero) and  features displays and demonstrations of painting, drawing, sculpture, craft, photography and design as well as music and literature performances.  The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 17.30 and on Sunday from 11.00 to 17.00: entry is free.

The work exhibited is extremely varied in style and technique with everything from watercolour landscapes to contemporary abstract painting to classical sculpture.  Featured in the exhibition is work by both prominent and upcoming artists from around  Merseyside and West Lancashire including:,  Irene Wilson, John West, Keith Francis Smith, Anton Dolders, Anna Di Scala , Hazel gibbons, Frank Moore, Daniel John,  Jennifer Marcellau, Maureen Roche, Kurt Dereli, Gary Gray, Brian Beattie,  Nadine Marcus, Phil Garrett, Daniel Adler, Walter Fairclough, Simon Archer, Daniel John, Dave Garnett,  , Jo Derbyshire, Geoffrey Sage and Paula Robinson.

Artist and organiser, Anton Dolders is also  giving evening and afternoon classes in advanced oil painting for those with at least a couple of  years experience. There is no requirement to pay in advance, just phone 0774 900 6213 to book a convenient time.  Lessons cost £10 per two hour session and half the proceeds will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Art For Macmillan Cancer Support  holds exhibitions and events to help raise funds for provision of care for cancer sufferers and their families and is very reliant on donations of exhibition areas by commercial property owners and management for it’s success. We would therefore like to thank members of the local business community  who have offered us their support and we urge people to visit our exhibitions held in various cafes and retail outlets around Southport.

For further details  look online: www.artformacmillancancersupport.co.uk.

 

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