Christmas Show and Art Stall

As part of Standish Christmas Market, join Cross Street Arts on Saturday 3rd December, 10am – 5pm for the opening of our annual Christmas exhibition.

I will be selling art work at the Christmas Show and digital prints on our Art Stall. Why not buy someone special an original and unique present this year.

Gallery open by appointment, Monday 5th – Friday 9th December.

More information:

Botanic Synthesis

Botanic Synthesis is a series of digital works, including a sound reactive digital installation accompanied by two digital prints of compositions produced by a rhythmic reaction to my favourite musical pieces. The digital installation reacts to sound, creating a composition wholly decided by sound and rhythm around the piece.

The series was exhibited at the King Street Arts exhibition – Rhythm: Art in Conversation with Music The Storey, Lancaster 10th – 19th October 2022

Giant Platinum Jubilee posters

I was commissioned by Wigan Libraries to create a large-scale colouring poster of Queen Elizabeth II. The poster consisted of hand-drawn elements digitally edited together. This family-friendly project took place across 11 Libraries in Wigan Borough. It was great to see children and families get excited about being involved in a community project and creating together.

Life Givers

Resin Sculptures and Digital Video Installation, 2021

Bubbles are amazing transporters of life. When waves crash against the shore, this creates plumes of different-sized bubbles transferring life-giving gases into the ocean. Bubbles also help Scientists to understand scientific concepts, such as physics. The colours of light on bubbles and the pattern they create help to track storms on the surface of other planets. This small-scale sculpture and digital video installation combine form, light and movement to explore the importance of bubbles not only to science but to our planet. Watch the full video below.

Shadowy Tales & Strange Stories

Have you seen a ghost or do you live in a haunted house? Have ghostly goings-on or phantom folktales about Kirkham been passed down through your family?

Gather around the virtual campfire to share your spooky stories at a special evening event held on Tuesday 26th October at 7:00pm. Hosted on Zoom by Northwest based artists Liz Chapman and Dustin Lyon. The artists are hoping to use these stories in an exciting art installation at the heart of Kirkham later on in the year. This workshop is aimed at adults but families are also welcome.

The meeting will be recorded. If you would prefer not to be recorded please let the artists know when you book.

You are welcome to book a free ticket to listen and/or share a story.

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