Experiments in Photography
13th May – 2nd July
Through process, composition and technique, this group exhibition of local artists showcased a diverse range of experimental photography. From David John Pearson’s warped light forms to Bryn Davies’ beautiful East Asia landscapes, Experiments in Photography demonstrated the balance between technology and nature, through both digital and analogue processes.
12th February – 23rd April
The first exhibition in dot-art’s new gallery showcases the work of 18 artist members and is designed to be a love letter to the cultural capital of the North, and perfectly summarises Liverpool’s energy and vibrancy. While there are some familiar scenes on show, several artists have chosen to represent the city in abstract or unexpected ways and it is abundantly clear from the diversity and quality of the work in the exhibition how much our city’s architecture, culture and people influence our creative community. All the artwork is for sale, with prices ranging from £25 -£2500.
15th – 25th May 2015
Portraits of Nature
Photography exhibition by Stewart Ellett at the dot-art Exhibition Space at Rex. Part of LOOK/15, Liverpool International Photography Festival.
October 2014 – May 2015
dot-art at Rex #1
From late 2014 to mid 2015, shoppers were able to visit dot-art at Rex in the lower ground floor of the old George Henry Lee building on Basnett Street in Liverpol city centre, for an ever-changing selection of limited edition and original work by our member artists starting at just £20.
20th March – 10th May 2015
Faith Bebbington Sculpture
Sculpture exhibition by Faith Bebbington at the dot-art Exhibition Space at Rex.
12th December 2014 – 6th March 2015
Liverpool in Oils
Exhibition of oil paintings of Liverpool by Joe Thompson in the dot-art Exhibition Space at Rex.
8th September – 24th October 2014
Exhibition of original illustrations and limited edition prints by renowned cartoonist Phil Disley, at the dot-art Showroom.
5th – 11th September 2014
Depictions of Land and Sea
Exhibition of paintings and prints by artists Jackie Wagg and Carol Miller at the Reader Gallery, Calderstones Park.