Photograph courtesy of Marie Louise Williams
A host of over one hundred jellyfish entice you into the extensive exhibition space – vast 3D quilted and embroidered landscapes rest on double beds – bold, colourful paintings and delicate sculpture with photography line the walls.
In turns subtle and intricate, expressive and expansive, these are works which will both challenge and delight.
Art enables us to make sense of the world around us. The artists who have created this exhibition explore how we do this in a variety of media from oil painting and photography to sculpture and installation.
A fascinating exhibition by the following artists:
Lisa Pugh, Marie Louis Mairs, Marie-Louise Williams, Brenda Sharp, Christine O’Reilly Wilson, Damon Raven Turner.
The Liverpool Academy of Arts.
25th September – 1st November 2012
Tuesdays to Saturdays
12pm to 4pm