Exhibitions

dot-art Gallery

dot-art Gallery

Visit our gallery at 14 Queen Avenue in Liverpool’s commercial district, a 5 minute walk from Liverpool ONE, where we hold regularly changing exhibitions of our member artists work.

You can also view any artwork you see on the website at the gallery; just get in touch.

Looking for framing, restoration or valuation? No problem, just pop in and speak to one of our friendly staff – we are open 10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday (and entry is free!)

Seasons

Friday 7 April – Saturday 20 May 2017

To celebrate the start of spring, the new exhibition at the dot-art Gallery looks at the seasons and the changes they bring about on the landscape. This group show will feature paintings by Martin Jones, Michael Love, Lee Summerfield, Hazel Thomson and Joe Thompson and launches on Friday 7th April.

Hazel Thompson’s work regularly takes the seasons as its subject matter. Her bright, crisp springtime paintings of bluebells are as effective as her evocative autumnal woodlands aglow with fallen leaves. She specialises in capturing the play of light in nature, whether that be dappled summer sunshine or the long shadows cast by trees in a clearing. Some of Hazel’s more unusual works portray two or even four seasons in one painting, demonstrating how the landscape changes throughout the year.

Lee Summerfield has created a series of new work for this show entitled Daydreaming. These works take a distinctive and unusually low viewpoint and allow the viewer an insect eye’s view of flowers in a summer meadow. The thick, textured application of paint and vibrant colours wonderfully evoke a sunny afternoon. Speaking about his work, Lee explains ‘I love exploring the change of seasons in my paintings. There are so many wonderful things around us in plain sight, pockets of beauty and I love trying to capture these. Each season has its own colour palette and mood and I like to try and express this in my work. I strive to invoke emotions through my paintings, reproduce how I am feeling. The inspiring thing about nature is that it’s never ending so I’ve always got something new to be inspired by.”

The paintings of Martin Jones are the result of hundreds of hours of painstaking and meticulously detailed work. The works on show all focus on trees, with each leaf individually rendered by this supremely patient artist. In some of his newer work, the combination of different species, shapes and colours of leaf on one canvas combine to create almost abstract patterns.

These are complemented by a series of snow scenes by Michael Love and summer woodland landscapes by Joe Thompson.

The closing party for the exhibition will form part of dot-art’s offering for this year’s Light Night on 19th May. 2017’s theme is Time and this exhibition was specially put together to fit with this concept. Full details of both the dot-art event and the full programme for Light Night 2017 will be announced on 5th April so keep an eye on lightnightliverpool.co.uk.

The exhibition continues until 20th May.

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dot-art at Rex

Rex: The Concept Store is Moving!

Don't worry, they won't be gone for too long! Rex are due to reopen later in 2017 with a brand new, bigger and better shop on Bold Street, Liverpool. Keep checking back for more updates.

Visit dot-art at Rex for an ever-changing selection of limited edition and original work by our member artists starting at just £20.

Rex is Liverpool’s very first concept and box store, designed around independent retailers to create a shared retail and work space for like minded creative businesses. dot-art was delighted to be one of the very first organisations to partner with Rex back in 2014 and we now sell a range of affordable original and limited edition paintings and prints by our member artists, which change on a regular basis.

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