In this amazing exhibition Scott explores a new approach to his work, drawing on his studies of the great masters he previously focused on the figure before tending to the background. Here, following his passion, Scott has experimented on manipulating the background until something happens, letting the results unfold and the abstract dictating a figure within.
If you happened to have missed our opening of current exhibition 'Emerging Figures' (attended by a record turnout) then we are delighted to tell you that Scott will be returning to the Whitaker once more for a more intimate discussion about his work and his journey so far as an artist. A FREE event with limited availability.
Sheila Tilmouth’s art is an interpretive response to the natural world. Her new exhibition ‘Life in the Attic’ is a journey through the store of forgotten creatures housed out of sight in the upper rooms of the Whitaker Museum and brought to life through paintings, prints, drawings and photographs.
Every Thursday morning the Whitaker is home to a local art group who over their sessions explore the local area reproducing what they see in a variety of different media. As part of the 2018 Rossendale Art Trail we are delighted to exhibit a selection of the work they have produced whilst being at the Whitaker.
Many thanks to Terry Mulligan for his contribution to this exhibition, a long term collector of Mike’s work he felt passionately that people should see this wonderful art.
It is therefore with the greatest pleasure that we are showing you the work of an artist that is rarely seen in public.
Alan Birch has been running regular printmaking classes at his studios in Manchester and Rossendale since 1993. Over 300 people have tasted the magic of printmaking, many achieving success in regional & national exhibitions and being excepted for the Royal Academy of London.
Latest exhibition from fine artists, Caroline Johnson and Alastair Price, with an opportunity to meet the artists and share a glass of wine.
David Burrow was born in 1945, a week after the end of the Second World War.
During the 1960s he embarked on his career as an artist, first learning through copying holiday brochures and later studying at Preston School of Art, where he received a thorough grounding in the discipline of life drawing that forms the basis of his work today.
We are delighted to showcase a new Lancashire County Council exhibition supporting National Care Leavers' Week from 29th November to 3rd December.
National Care Leavers' Week highlights the needs of care leavers, and encourages all organisations responsible for looking after them to work effectively together.
Gordon is of Hong Kong origin and was born in London in 1975 where he still lives and works.
A contemporary artist whose work captures the virtual and actual realities of a global world and civilisations where moral, economic and environmental crises have spun out of control.