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Saturday, 26 June 2010

Alex Corina - Collectibles


The collectable ware in the cabinet in the kitchen is made of bone china and features Alex Corina's Mona Lennon and 3 graces. The pieces are decorated by hand using printed ceramic transfers, hand finished then fired to 800 degrees. The picture here was taken in Alex's studio in Garston.

When our exhibition is finished the mugs and placques can be purchased through this site http://www.liverpoolshop.com/blog/new-liverpool-art-mug-collection-october-2009

Alex's show will be finishing on the 14th of July so enjoy the artwork in the incubator while it is still there. We will be having a break from exhibitions for the summer while we resolve the issue of the lack of natural light due to the building work next door.

Friday, 25 June 2010

Former exhibitor at Blackburne House

Click on the title of the posting for details of Stephanie De Leng's exhibition. Open to the public from the 5th of July at Blackburne House on Hope street.

Roger Phillips will chair a paneled debate entitled "Body Image and the Media and how it affects Young Adults" July 15th from 6.30 - 8.30 pm at the same venue. It is open to all, but again you are asked to RSVP. I am looking for a young female between 16 - 25 who would like to be a panelist so please Stephanie deleng@blueyonder.co.uk.

Thursday, 24 June 2010

Former exhibitor _ Anthony Smith

Latest from the Victoria Gallery and Museum (just round the corner from MerseyBIO)

Family Saturday Art Workshop
Saturday, 26 June, free event, drop in between 1.00 & 4.00pm
Join local wildlife artist Anthony Smith who will show you how to draw some of your favourite animals. This event is most suitable for children aged 4 – 11 but all are welcome.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Mersey Bio show | Project blogs | Artists talking | a-n

Mersey Bio show | Project blogs | Artists talking | a-n


Julie Dodd who was our previous exhibitor at MerseyBIO with her exhibition "Life in Paper" has been blogging as part of her progress as a student, then as a graduate and now as an exhibitor and she has written up her experience of exhibiting at MerseyBIO.