St Nicholas Church – Exhibitions for 2008

st nicks image Various Art exhibitions at Liverpool Parish Church Our Lady and St Nicholas 2008
Tuesday 8 July –  Saturday 12 July  “QUILTS IN THE CITY”
Friday 1 August –  Sunday 31 August  POOL OF QUIET
Wednesday 3 September – Friday 26 September   EXHIBITION BY TRACEY LEWIS
Monday 6 October  – Friday 31 October  LIVERPOOL: A DIFFERENT VIEW


Tuesday 8 July –  Saturday 12 July    “QUILTS IN THE CITY”
An exhibition of patchwork and quilting organised by the Northwest Branch of the Quilters Guild, together with Liverbirds and Cornerstones, two local quilting groups.  On display will be quilts, wallhangings and cushions, some of which will illustrate the City’s connections with Ireland and the Isle of Man.  There will also be special exhibits by some of the regions most skilled workers and a special exhibition of ecclesiastical embroidery by Josephine Ratcliff.  Admission £2.  Refreshments available.  Opening times: Monday – Friday 10.00 – 12.00 and 1.00 – 4.00 (late night opening Thursday until 8.00 pm);  Saturday 10.00 – 12.00.

Friday 1 August –  Sunday 31 August        POOL OF QUIET

An exhibition of photographs of architectural details by Richard Cooper.  The architectural heritage of Liverpool is thronged with small details which are easily overlooked but to the seeing-eye tell much of the story of the 800 years of the City.  These have been photographed by Richard Cooper, the highly regarded specialist in architectural photography, and with their captions reveal many insights into the life of the city.  

Wednesday 3 September – Friday 26 September    EXHIBITION BY TRACEY LEWIS

This local artist finds inspiration in natural materials and objets trouvé  for the creation of collage, jewellery, and decorative pieces in a variety of styles.  Opening times (Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm;  Saturday 10 am – 12.30 pm).  Admission free.

Monday 6 October  – Friday 31 October    LIVERPOOL: A DIFFERENT VIEW

An exhibition by Cheshire artist Christine Wilcocks-Baker, who finds inspiration in church buildings and in Liverpool’s connections with the sea and plans some of her exhibits after conversation and discussion with local people.  In this display of her work in a number of different styles, dimensions and media will be exhibited. Opening times (Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm;  Saturday 10 am – 12.30 pm).  Admission free.