Posts tagged with 'artist'
When visitors to the Museum of Liverpool reach the first floor, they’re often surprised to be greeted, right at the top of the stairs, by a model of a castle! Castles possibly aren’t something you especially associate with Liverpool, but the town did have one from around 1235 to the 1730s. Read more…
Julia Warr was selected to exhibit in this year’s John Moores Painting Prize with her painting, ‘Where do we come from? Where are we going?’
Julia utilities grids in her work to create an essence of what she calls ‘realistic fiction’.
We caught up with her to find out more about her art and how she works…
“The limitations of painting I find quite beautiful” – Michael Simpson, first prizewinner, John Moores 2016
15 July 2016 by Lisa
The final stage of judging for the John Moores Painting Prize drew to a close last week, so I caught up with artist and juror Phoebe Unwin, to get an insight into the judging and her thoughts on the final exhibition:
What has it been like for you during the final stage of judging?
It was a full-on couple of days, looking long and hard at each work… I don’t think I have ever been in a room surrounded by so many paintings! Read more…
5 November 2015 by Lisa
It’s the final few days of the John Moores Painting Prize call for entries and the last weeks of the REALITY exhibition – so who better to interview than an artist strongly connected to both; Graham Crowley.