John Moores Painting Prize - Visitors Choice Winner
Visitors to the John Moores Painting Prize 2018 have spoken in their thousands and voted for Gary Lawrence’s Kos Town Paradise Hotel Front Terrace to be their winner for this year’s Visitors’ Choice Prize.
Read more from the Art in Liverpool article
Gary Lawrence will be exhibiting at the Corke Gallery in 2019 - details will be announced in the New Year.
Andrew Marr Strokes of Colour Exhibition
The launch of the catalogue for the exhibition which includes 107 paintings by Andrew Marr painted since his stroke in 2013 is proving to be a success before it has even opened with 9 paintings selling in the first 24 hours of the catalogue going on-line. To view the catalogue click here.
The online catalogue is being updated as painting sell so if the painting has a red dot its sold!
Liverpool Hope University Fine and Applied Arts Final Year Degree Show
Due to the high standard of the work in this years Degree Show the Corke Exhibition Award (Awarded by Nic Corke) was awarded to four graduates whose work showed originality, fine technique and depth of work which shows great potential going forward especially at an exhibition.
The winners who will be featured at the Corke Gallery in a three week exhibition are Grace Barker, Matt Read, Lisa Goodwin and Olivia Maddocks pictured receiving their prize from Nic Corke at the Liverpool Hope University Fine Art Degree Show 2017.
See a selection of the brilliant work created by the 2017 graduates on flickr
The Corke Art Gallery has agreed to become one of the sponsors of the 2018 John Moores Painting Prize.
The Corke Gallery is committed to selling original paintings and artworks and so we are delighted to give this fantastic painting prize, in our home city, the support it deserves in its 60th Year.
The gallery is currently trying to organise a programme of exhibitions by artists whose work has appeared in the John Moores Painting Prize exhibitions since it started in 1957.
We have in the past exhibited work by 2006 winner Martin Greenland as well as various artists who have had their work shown in the final JMPP exhibition.