From Southport, with love…….. The Waterfront Arts Project, The Promenade Southport

Aside from the nostalgic sounds of arcades, the smell of sea air and the waft of fish and chips, The Southport Art groups create...

Debbie Laing is Bewitched, Bedazzled and Bejewelled at Anna Di Scala’s Latest Show

Anna Di Scala, fine arts and artist oil painter has introduced a new series of art and sketches and returned to Parr Street in...

Shelagh Cullity Interviews Wirral Couse Leader Vinny Lavell on this Years Fine Art Degree...

On a rainy Friday afternoon in the charming foyer of the Williamson Gallery in Birkenhead I met with Vinny Lavell, Course Leader for the...

Wendy Richmond reviews Street Scenes at Liverpool Academy of Art

Street Scene is a two-person exhibit currently showing at the Liverpool Academy of Arts featuring artist Emma Worth and photographer David Graves. From the...

Debbie Laing interviews Susan Breck about Edwards Carter Prestons Intimate retrospective in The Cornerstone

The Edward Carter Preston Exhibition ‘First Hand’ opened on the 15th June 2012 at the Cornerstone Gallery, Creative Campus in Shaw Street Liverpool and...

Andy visits 100 women create in the Tate

I have always been aware that the Tate Gallery has as a significant part of its brief to work with the local community. When...

Adam Scovell reviews Turner Monet and Twombly at Tate Liverpool

The aging process currently seems to be a recurrent theme throughout the Tate gallery in Albert Dock. Even outside the new Turner Monet Twombly...

Sinead Nunes Gives her Response to Rolf Harris: Can You Tell What It Is...

I must admit, that before attending Rolf Harris’ new exhibition at the Walker, I had a lot of pre-conceived ideas about him as an...

Andy Johnson Explores the Art of Book Making with Elizabeth Willow

I visited and really enjoyed ‘For the Love of Books’ at the Huyton Gallery, Huyton Library (which runs to 30/6/12 & has been reviewed...

The Rolf Harris Walker Art Gallery Exhibition: Did-ge-really doo?

Did-ge-really doo? It’s hard not to forget that Rolf Harris is in good artistic company at the Walker Art Gallery. The gallery for me...

Andy reviews Spectacle of The Lost at the University’s Victoria Gallery and Museum

This afternoon I found an invite on my Face Book page from the Double Negative to go to the open view that evening for...

Vicki Maguire Reviews The Bluecoat Display Centers Latest show Transplantation

Opening on Light Night at the Bluecoat Display Centre, it was easy to miss Transplantation, a touring exhibition of contemporary narrative jewellery by a...

Andy Johnson Sows Seeds In The Name Of Art!

I’ve recently become a facebook friend of the Liverpool Biennial as I enjoyed attending it last year and now I’ve taken a retirement/redundancy deal fancy...

Adam Scovell Can’t See The Trees For The Forest In The latest Beautiful Exhibition...

The Comma Project is a quaint public arts initiative encouraging interest in the wildlife and specifically the butterflies found in the New Ferry Butterfly Park...

Adam Scovell Finds a Quality Show at Tatton Park Biennial

The urge to fly is something deeply routed in the human psyche; the impossible feat that infuriates and perplexes our imaginations as well as...

Wendy Richmond Reviews Polly Morgans demonstration at The VG&M

You'd be hard pressed to find a better setting to watch Polly Morgan skin and stuff a starling than the Victoria Gallery & Museum's...

Andy Johnson Investigates Open Eye

I first went to the Open Eye Gallery in the 80’s when it was in Whitechapel near the entrance to the old tunnel. I loved...

Andy Johnson’s Light Night Adventure

I had an enjoyable evening enjoying the cultural delights of Light Night. I had worked a rough plan for the evening which varied as the...
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ArtinLiverpool Interviews Polly Morgan Ahead of her Taxidermy Demonstration at VG&M

Interview by Christof Häberle Polly Morgan, an artist almost by accident, has helped pull the traditional and somewhat forgotten craft of taxidermy into the art world. Her...

The Liverpool Art Show, Work which hits the Dot – Reviewed by Sinead Nunes

Photo by Andy Green Thursday 3rd May saw the grand opening of the Liverpool Art Show 2012 in Camp and Furnace, a great venue tucked away...

The Art in Evolution – Adam Scovell reviews The Bluecoat’s Latest Exhibition ‘Galápagos’

Galápagos is group of islands steeped in natural history, beautiful habitat and is a literal stepping-stone in the mind of Darwin leading to the...

For the Love of Books at Huyton Gallery Reviewed by Vicki Maguire

Timed to coincide with the Bicentenary of Edward Lear’s birth on 12 May 1812, Huyton Gallery presents For the Love of Books, an exhibition...

Threshold: The Sublime Skin | Tabitha Moses Reviewed by Christof Häberle

Liverpool based artist Tabitha Moses’ new exhibition explores skin, and particularly the ‘relationship between the mind and the world’ and will be, as curator...

Art Work of the Week: Sea Odyssey (well it had to be….)

This amazing event captured the hearts of everyone in the city! I only wish it hadn't ended so soon.

Sinead Nunes Reviews Liverpool’s Giant Spectacular – Sea Odyssey

For months, the city has eagerly awaited the arrival of Royal de Luxe’s Giant Spectacular: Sea Odyssey and the anticipation was electric as the crowds...

DLA Piper Series: Innocence and Experience, Curated by Marianne Faithfull – Reviewed by Adam...

Evocation of an era can be a tricky ideal to achieve in a gallery space. With the potential for works to repeat themselves and...

Day Three as a Benevol Steward for the Great Sea Odyssey by Andy Johnson

Yesterday as I walked down Parliament Street there was a palatable sense of expectation . People were arriving early and quite a crowd was...

Day Two as a Benevol Volunteer at The Giant Spectacular by Andy Johnson

 I got up early and set out from my local station, where I met, by chance another volunteer on the platform. We chatted about...

A Day in the life of a benevol for the Sea Odyssey by Andy...

I volunteered to be a benevol steward for the Great Sea Odyssey as I enjoyed the spider spectacle for 2008. I realised that being a...

Robots and Avatars Exhibition Review

Art Feast sent Josie Jenkins to review Fact's latest exhibition Robots  and Avatars  a major new exhibition showcasing some of the most exciting ideas...

Art Feast Interviews The Singh Twins

Wirral based, London born twin sisters Amrit and Rabindra are contemporary British artists of International standing whose award winning paintings have been acknowledged as...

Liverpool Doors Exhibition Review

 Art Feast sent Stephanie Whalley to review Liverpool Museums latest exhibition Liverpool Doors a unique art installation combining Roger McGough's poetic skills with the...

Art Feast interviews Ceri Hand

Art Feast interviews Ceri Hand | Art Feast. Interesting interview with Ceri Hand on the Art Feast website. “The Liverpool based Ceri Hand Gallery is one...

Snow at the Bluecoat

At least the Bluecoat looks nice in the snow. That's only positive thing I have to say about the current weather. Lovely photos by Phil...