Another excellent show of mostly new sculptures by Emma Rodgers, there is even a wolf which fits in nicely with the Biennial branding. The monkeys, hares and dancers continue to fascinate.
You should be aware by now that Hope University has a wonderful new building called the Capstone which is adjacent to the Cornerstone on the Everton campus and it is in the foyer here that you will see Emma’s pieces in several display cabinets.
Meanwhile in the Cornerstone, Martin Greenland‘s brilliant exhibition of paintings ‘New Fiction’ continues and in the side corridor you can see a display of Art In Liverpool’s (that’s us!) purchase prize acquisitions as well as the Wynn Vivian purchase prize winners.
NOTE that the Rodgers and Greenland exhibitions end on Friday 12 November 2010
Emma Rodgers at The Capstone
18 September – 12 November 2010
Bluecoat Display Centre in association with Liverpool Hope University presents an Exhibition celebrating the work of international artist Emma Rodgers. She is one of Britain’s leading ceramic sculptors and an artist who is constantly pushing the boundaries of her work in terms of expression and the use of materials.
Artists Talk by Martin Greenland
TUESDAY 9 November, 13.00 in the Grace Room within the Cornerstone Building
Martin Greenland, winner of the John Moores 2006 Painting Prize, will be providing a unique insight into his practice talking about ‘New Fiction’, his latest exhibition at the Cornerstone Gallery. The talk is a free event for those wanting to attend.