I really must go visit this recently opened gallery in Parkgate, they’ve already had a few good shows I’ve missed.
Its open Thursdays to Sundays from 13.00 – 18.00

artroom, The Parade, Parkgate, Wirral CH64 6RW (Next to the Marsh Cat restaurant)

Review by Philip Key, Daily Post

WHILE the Liverpool Biennial has given us a cornucopia of art in Liverpool, it is pleasing to find that the region’s smaller commercial galleries continue on their own individual ways.

Typical is artroom, a fairly new gallery on the promenade at Parkgate, where a new group show featuring artists, both local and regional, has opened.

Some nine artists are featured in an exhibition which has no particular theme.

Among them is Alexandra du Gard, who paints quite large works featuring birds in trees, seen in silhouette and graphic-like in style.

Also African-inspired wash-and-inks by Heswall’s Michael Horgan, neat still life by Andrew Tolley, intriguing ‘Echo’ painting by Greg McDonough, action painting by Carys Bryn, wonderful swirly creations by Liverpool’s Julie Anderson and graceful Ancastor stone sculpture by Ian Bennion and large, restful beachscenes of Formby by Andrew Tolley and Steve Galloway.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Lauren’s work at the Artroom has an interesting approach with both the techniques and medium used.

  2. It was lovely to meet Ian Jackson and his wife Minako on 3 November, here at our marshland location at The Parade, Parkgate. We hope he enjoyed his visit to artroom and look forward to seeing him again.

  3. Always a warm welcome and well worth popping in if you have just had a meal at the Marsh Cat restaurant next door. A good selection of works by local artists featuring landscapes and abstract works for all tastes.

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