Chapel Gallery, St Helens Road, Ormskirk L39 4QR
Tel: 01695 571328
Web: Chapel Gallery (external
18 January – 8 March
portrait has a long tradition of being represented by painter
and sculptor alike. Some seeking to
create an honest representation while others a thing of beauty. The
celebrity culture that exists today has an insatiable appetite for
images; here we see the work of seven artists concerned with
notions of identity, truth and concealment.
for good by Leanne Richardson
Saturday 18 January
Free family fun with face painter and
creative activities. Add your
face to the wall of fame!
5 March – 26
Sue Bradbury has a
passion for colour, shape and design that is realised in these
exquisite collages. Her inspiration is drawn from the world around
us, not least those wild and domestic animals that share our world.
Specialising in collage each piece is truly individual and
Image: Flight by Sue Bradbury
15 March – 3 May
This exhibition of contrasts brings together the work of three
artists bound together by the narrative. Inspired by myths and
legends. Fidelma Massey has created strange and fanciful
imaginings, while Mary Campbells travels and observations have
directly influenced her work. However in Rosemary Morison’s work it
is often the artwork itself that creates the narrative, resulting
in a magical exhibition.
Francis Family by Rosemary Morisons
Saturday 15 March
Free family fun including a
storyteller who brings the artwork to life.
7 May – 28 June
Darren Wilson’s work centres around wildlife and rural and
urban landscapes from the North West of England. He strives to
capture the mood and expression of a scene or subject while
maintaining the beauty of the environment.
10 May – 28 June 2014
Beastly Machines is a brand new collection of mechanical
sculptures by Derbyshire based artist Johnny White. The work is
humorous and interactive, and is influenced by current affairs;
media stories and plays on words, all portrayed by a host of
animals and mythical creatures. A National Touring Exhibition
organised by 20-21 Visual Arts centre.
Image: In the dog house by Johnny
Saturday 10 May
Free family fun day making art.