Posts by Lisa
The evocative and mysterious ‘Black Star’ and ‘Hollow’ paintings in our REALITY exhibition, are the work of contemporary artist Alison Watt. Find out more about Alison’s work and her thoughts on painting in this guest blog: Read more…
” #REALITY exhibition @walkergallery is a great testament to British artists.”
“‘Consulting the Oracle’ by Caroline Walker really moved me…”
If you’ve not yet been to see this varied exhibition of striking – and at times gritty – paintings, here’s an introduction to the show by curator and artist, Chris Stevens: Read more…
1 April 2015 by Lisa
We think it’s great to sometimes have the opportunity to show off our collections in other countries.
Our art gallery curators are excited to be working with a Japanese organisation to tour 68 works from the fine art collections to four exhibitions venues in Japan.
19 March 2015 by Lisa
A new display by design students from Liverpool Hope University has just gone on display at the Walker Art Gallery. ‘Back to the Future’ is a display of new work created by the students as a response to historic pieces in the collections of the Walker Art Gallery. Read more…
13 October 2014 by Lisa
You might already know that there is a bold ‘dazzle ship’ of ours in Liverpool’s docks at the moment, but did you know about our set of striking dazzle prints at the Walker? Assistant curator of fine art, Alex Patterson, gives us the story behind the art…
“As we commemorate the centenary of World War I, we thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to display our rarely seen ‘dazzle’ prints at the Walker Art Gallery. These fantastic images were made by the British artist Edward Wadsworth (1889-1949) and are inspired by the concept of ‘dazzle camouflage’. Read more…
28 August 2014 by Lisa
This week’s John Moores Painting Prize guest blog is from another of our shortlisted artists, Alessandro Raho.
22 August 2014 by Lisa
Our third ‘Talk Tuesdays’ guest blog is by John Moores Painting Prize shortlisted artist Juliette Losq. Her delicate yet disorientating watercolour, ‘Vinculum’, dominates almost an entire wall in the exhibition.