Peter Cameron - Life in Pastels & Oils
Saturday 3rd December - Saturday 28th January 2012 (Free Admission)
Open 2pm - 6pm Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 4pm Saturday
Peter is a member of the Elevator Artists and a winner of The Alex Prowse Website Award for Pastels, presented annually to a non-member exhibiting at the Pastels Society's annual exhibition in London, awarded to artists whose work shows notable originality and good technical skills.
He has regularly exhibited in Liverpool and has had shows at Editions in Cook Street and The Gallery Liverpool in Stanhope Street. He also carries out sessional work for the Koestler Trust and has become one of its award judges.
Watch video of Peter Cameron's show
Open show which includes work by artists who have appeared in the gallery during 2011 including:
Cartoons and illustrations by Chris Bennett, Bestie, Tim Bulmer and Phil Disley.
Collages by Mexican artist Ernesto Muniz.
Street Art by Random, David Cain & DOC.
Paintings and drawings by John Afflick, Joel Bird, Ken Bullock, Peter Cameron, Terry Duffy, Keith Fearon, Charlie Frais, Paul Gent, Daniel John, Huw Lewis Jones, John Kneen, Lisa Cole Kronenburg, Fatima Ballesteros Larochetta, George Lee, Jon Pontain, RA Rigby, Doug & Val Robinson, John Vesty and Simon A Yorke.
Sculpture by Paul Gatenby.
Stencil Street Art - Talacre to Tunis
Saturday 26th November - Saturday 10th December 2011
Random creates paintings of people and places using aerosol. His work first appeared on buildings along the River Dee where he was named the ‘Flintshire Banksy’ by the BBC and local press. In Liverpool his ‘Dooley’ stencil appeared on the wall of the Liverpool Academy of Arts in Seel Street which has strong links with the Liverpool sculpture Arthur Dooley.
His multi-layered work is very precise and requires up to thirteen stencils per image. Random’s work has sold successfully in Chester, on the Wirral and at the Corke Art Gallery especially since ‘Busstop’ was awarded a Highly Commended prize at the 2011 Grosvenor Museum’s 9th Open Art Exhibition.
His most recent work uses Tunisian newspapers as the canvas for stencil paintings of local people photographed during his visit to Tunisia. Also in the show are familiar views of Liverpool from unusual Perspectives including ‘Reflection on St George’s Plateau’.
Liverpool City Views & Landscapes of North Wales
by Huw Lewis Jones
Saturday 22nd - October - Friday 18th November 2011 (Free Admission)
The show included original oil paintings by Huw Lewis Jones showing striking night time views of famous streets and landmarks in Liverpool and beautiful landscapes in and around Dolgellau and the Mountains of Snowdonia in North Wales. The paintings represent powerful, personal images from the artist’s past life which inspired him in his youth and continue to inspire him today. The show in the Corke Art Gallery features many new large scale works and a collection of Huw’s pen and ink drawings.
Sat 2 - 21 July 2011
8 - 25 June 2011
10 - 28 May 20
Maritime Mersey - Riverscapes & Views
by Anton Dolders and Ossie Jones View
3 - 7 May 2011
Caravaggio to Vermeer
John Afflick - Fine Artist View
13 April - 7 May
Lisa Cole Kronenburg
22 March - 23 April 2011
by LJMU Fine Art Students
22 March - 2 April 2011
by Alan Redfern
Tuesday 1st - Saturday 19th March 11
'Sequential' by Alan Redfern
by Joel Bird
Tuesday 25th January - Saturday 26 February 2011
Body Lines By Joel Bird
Look Me In The Eye
by Simon A Yorke
Tuesday 1st - Saturday 26 February 2011
2011 New Year Show
Tuesday 11th - Friday 22nd January 2011
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The first show of 2011 is packed with paintings, sculptures, drawings and limited edition prints by artists featured during the Galley's Liverpool 2010 Biennial Series of exhibitions.
Featured artists include John Afflick, Joel Bird, Fatima Ballesteros Larrotcha, Chris Bennett, Bestie (Steve Best), Ken Bullock, Peter Cameron, David Cain, Alex Corina, Charlie Frais, Paul Gent, Mike Hatjoullis, Andy Hibbert, Pamela Holstein, Daniel John, Nick Jones, Ossie Jones, Ernesto Muñiz, Danny O'Connor, Maureen O'Malley, Rose Parish, Peter Phillip and Jon Poutain, Val and Doug Robinson, Nicholas Thompson, John Vesty and Marianna Whitehorn.