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!)


Friday 11 August – Saturday 23 September

Colour in all its forms is the theme of the new exhibition at the dot-art Gallery. Chroma will be open to the public from 11th August – 23rd September and feature a collection of works by five local artists whose work exploits and harnesses the power of colour.

This new summer exhibition celebrates colour and abstraction through rigid line and natural forms. From bold statements to minimal geometrics, Chroma has been curated to demonstrate iconic style.


David Andrews is a street artist whose current series of works are geometric abstractions taking inspiration from architecture and his background in graphic design and created especially for this exhibition.

Anthony Gribbin, an artist who was based at Liverpool’s Bridewell studios for over 30 years, also produces geometric work but his are pure abstraction. Layers invite us to look closer as the various elements play with and contradict our notions of depth and surface plane. The eye responds in a direct and selective way to certain colour situations, line arrangements and patterns and may be misled so that an attempt to interpret may be confused or frustrated by ambiguous structures.

Nathan Pendlebury, who created the album art for the most recent Jake Bugg record, is a painter for whom colour is vital. He says: “I am interested in colour and I want my paintings to be confident, positive and vibrant. I prefer to produce more abstract work but the marks and shapes still tend to produce associations nonetheless. Associations are produced like glimpses without always being totally direct in realistic or figurative terms.”

Paul Fulton is a painter who attempts to recreate emotion on canvas. Through abstract paintings and use of colour, Paul’s work presents a strong visual statement to the viewer. Incorporating the concept of alchemy, the work allows him to transform the base metals of his moods and emotions into the gold of visual images that reflect responsive personal memories and emotions.

Finally, photographer Anna Nielsson has created a series of stunning abstract images using high-speed flash photography, exploring the patterns made using ink and water, creating unique and intriguing artworks.

The exhibition starts on Friday 11th August and runs to Saturday 23rd September. Entry is free.

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.

dot-art at Rex

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