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Exhibitions / Events - organised by or featuring artwork by Nicole Bartos

Exhibitions - call for entries/ present / coming up/ recent / exhibitions archive/ archive /

Please, click links above or scroll down for more details on present and coming exhibitions; Call for entries, etc. Thank you.

2006 - 2012

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Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com) presents

Exhibitions by Nicole Bartos during Independents Biennial,

3rd September 2012- 30th November 2012 at 3 different venues

"SEE" - 2nd Manifesto of Spiritual Freedom in Art, 2012, Independents Biennial, The Old Police Station

Part of this exhibition is still available for viewing. On until late December 2012.

Part of ACOUSTIC &ART Charity Fundraiser event, (SMLLCA & IAWW60), 2012

Artwork by: Nicole Bartos (painting, montage) and Tatiana Edves (drawings)

Read PRESS RELEASE here.

read more about on Independentsbiennial.com

Venue: The Old Police Station, 80 Lark lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU

Part of this exhibition is still available for viewing. On until late December 2012. Please call: 0151 7287884.

Contact: 07756912911 or enquiries@gallery4allarts.com

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“A Manifesto of spiritual Freedom in Art - Capturing Threads of Light”, venue: Blackburne House (off Hope Street), and “3rd Manifesto of spiritual Freedom in Art- Listen” starting 12th of September 2012, venue Junction Coffeé (305 Aigburth Road), The Old Police Statuon, Liverpool.

Read PRESS RELEASE here.

read more about on Independentsbiennial.com

venue: Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, off Hope Street, Liverpool; tel. 0151 709 4356

part of Liverpool Independents Biennial

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! extended until end of December

"3rd Manifesto of Spiritual Freedom in Art" - LISTEN

Abstract painting and montage exhibition

venue: Junction Coffee, 305 Aighburth Road, Liverpool, L17; Tel: 0151 727 1070; http://www.junctioncoffee.co.uk/

part of Liverpool Independents Biennial

For more details, updates or possible changes in the project please, visit website: www.gallery4allarts.com
Contact:
E-mail: enquiries@gallery4allarts.com
Telephone: 07756912911

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Saturday, 10 &17 th of November 2012

Charity fundraiser SMLLCA and IAWW60

Live Acoustic MUSIC: "ACOUSTIC & ART"

10th of November only, compered by ROGER PHILLIPS/ BBC Radio Merseyside

Evening accompanied by art exhibition

Image courtesy of Nicole Bartos,

Music ranging from soothing Celtic harp sound, classical, experimental and improvised music, Eastern folk flavoured modern rhythms, flowing and peaceful sounds from “gentle but powerful voices from singer songwriters”.
Join us for an evening of great live music and art, and an opportunity to raise money to support local communities like SMLLCA and IAWW60 by providing basic facilities such as transport, rent, etc.

Starring musicians,. singers and artists:
Liverpool Guitar Society quartets, Wayfairers Barbershop Chorus, Stan Ambrose (celtic harp), Bisakha (indian story telling), Alan Derrick (pianist) & Joyce Kench (soprano) duet, Graculus (Phil Hargreaves (flute, soprano sax), Richard Harding (guitar)), Martin Robinson (keyboard), Skirmish (harmonica, guitar), Nicole Bartos & Tatiana Edves (art), 'surprise' guests and others to be confirmed.

(St Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association)
http://www.larklane.com/smllca/

Evening programme:
• Art viewing from 6.30- 7.00pm (art sale to support our fundraiser)
• Raffle tickets available at the door from 6.30pm
• Acoustic programme PART 1 starts 7.00pm.
• Break Interval. Bar open. Music mini stall open.
• Acoustic programme PART 2.
• Raffle prize winners to be announced at 9.50-10.00pm. (Wonderful prizes to look out for.)
• Evening closes 9.45 - 10pm

View image archive 2012 by clicking this link.

Event Venue:
Main Hall, The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU

! Entrance through Sefton Grove (last entry at the rear)
Please note updates: ! Doors open at 6.30pm. Acoustic Music Event starting at 7.00pm. Ends at: 9.45pm
Tickets: £8.00 (concessions £4.00)


Tickets sold via:
SMLLCA, at The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane,
L17 8UU (www.larklane.com/smllca);
tel. 0151 728 7884; Monday-Friday 11am-6pm &
News from Nowhere Bookshop, 96 Bold Street, L1 4HY;
(http://newsfromnowhere.org.uk/),
tel. 01517087270;

Or, tickets sold at the door before performance.
Number of seats limited, therefore please, book in advance or, 'first come, first served' applies.
Other enquiries:
enquiries@gallery4allarts.com
tel. 07756912911

http://www.gallery4allarts.com
http://www.larklane.com/smllca

http://newsfromnowhere.org.uk/
http://www.bbcmerseysideradio.com

Many thanks to all contributors: musicians, SMLLCA, Roger Phillips & BBC Merseyside, News from Nowhere Bookshop.

All income funds from tickets/ cafe sales & including 50% from all art sales go to charity.

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Until July- August 2012

“PAINTINGS & Drawings - Nicole Bartos”
3 Exhibitions on abstract art throughout 2012

Venues and opening hours:

The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU
Opening hours: Mon- Sat 10-3pm or by appointment. (Showing paintings)

Oasis in the Park, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17 1AP, tel. 0151 726 1556
Opening hours: Mon- Sun 10-4.30pm (Showing paintings)

Ginger Up, 449 Smithdown Road, Liverpool L15 3JL, Tel. 0151 7337979
Opening hours: Mon- Sun 10-5pm. (Showing paintings and drawings)

Contact:
enquiries@gallery4allarts.com
tel. 07756912911

For more information about the gallery or about the work and projects of this artist please refer to gallery links. Thank you.

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3- 17th of December 2011

Nicole Bartos - "Capturing Threads of Light - with fine art and music".

PRIVATE VIEWING: Saturday, 10th December 2011, 3-6pm

Live music from 'Graculus': 3pm- 4.30pm

Now open to the public. Venue @ SMLLCA, 80 Lark Lane, The Old Police Station, L17 8UU

Free entry. Donations welcome.
All proceeds from donations to support British Red Cross.


Opening hours:
Thursdays 3-6pm and Saturdays 11am-1pm & 3-5pm or by appointment.
Contact:
enquiries@gallery4allarts.com
tel. 07756912911

This show brings to the audience a very enjoyable experience. It will charge you with vibrant colour, musical vibrations and meditative state of mind. An exhibition of new and old abstract paintings, part of the already familiar work cycle: “Capturing Threads of Light”.
Event accompanied by live experimental and improvised acoustic music from ‘Graculus’ duet (improvised, experimental, funny and avant-garde): Phil Hargreaves (flute, soprano sax and cello) and Richard Harding (guitar).

Exhibition on show until 17th of December 2011 and may be viewed on Thursdays and Saturdays or by appointment, at the venue mentioned above.
This is a small venue (front of The Old Police Station) and we advice the audience it is not suitable for wheel chairs. Sorry.

! ! ! More solo shows featuring work by Nicole Bartos (paintings and drawings) can be found in the following venues during 2011-2012:
Oasis in the Park, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17 1AP, tel. 0151 726 1556
Ginger Up, 449 Smithdown Road, Liverpool L15 3JL, Tel. 0151 733797

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Saturday, 19th of November 2011, 7.30 - 9.45pm

ACOUSTIC & ART - Live Acoustic Evening

Charity fundraiser for EAST AFRICA and SMLLCA

Presented by/ MC / ROGER PHILLIPS

PRESS RELEASE click here

Evening accompanied by abstract art: “Capturing Threads of Light” by Nicole Bartos

(St Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association)
http://www.larklane.com/smllca/
http://www.dec.org.uk/appeals/east-africa-crisis-appeal
http://www.redcross.org.uk/About-us/News/2011/July/Red-Cross-launches-East-Africa-Food-Crisis-Appeal

Venue:
The Old Police Station, Main Hall, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU
! Entrance through Sefton Grove (last entry at the rear),
Music and art emerges from a variety of artistic styles and ethnic backgrounds.
Starring musicians, singers and artists:
Tayo Aluko (baritone), Stan Ambrose (celtic harp), Bisacha Sarker (Indian storytelling/choreography), Jo Bywater (guitar, voice), Paul McDowell (guitar, voice, mandolin), Oritsema Ejuoneatse (soprano),
Graculus (Phil Hargreaves (flute, soprano sax), Richard Harding (guitar)), Ade Jackson (guitar, voice), Martin Robinson (piano/ keyboard), Skirmish (harmonica, guitar) & Nicole Bartos (art).

Evening programme:
• Art viewing from 6.30-7.30pm/ Silent bidding Auction.
• Raffle tickets available at the door from 7pm
• Acoustic programme PART 1 starts 7.30pm.
• Break Interval 8.45-9.05pm. Bar open. Music mini stall open.
• Art Auction with silent bidding 8.45pm-9.05pm (during Break interval)
• Acoustic programme PART 2 starts 9.05pm.
• Raffle prize winners to be announced at 9.50-10.00pm. (Wonderful prizes to look out for.)
• Last chance for art auction bidding and exhibition viewing 10pm
• Evening closes with thanks, supporters list, etc. 10pm

All funds from this concert and 50% from all art sales go to charity.
Tickets fees: £7.00 (concessions £3.00)
Tickets sold via: SMLLCA, at The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, L17 8UU (www.larklane.com/smllca); Contact Rupert: 0151 728 7884; Monday-Friday 11 am-6pm, and via: News from Nowhere Bookshop (http://newsfromnowhere.org.uk/), 96 Bold Street, L1 4HY; tel. 01517087270;
Or, tickets sold at the door on the day of the performance.
Number of seats limited, therefore please book in advance or, ‘first come, first served’ applies.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
For any other enquiries contact / E-mail: enquiries@gallery4allarts.com tel. 07756912911

To Read more about the artists and musicians - click here

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from 4th October 2011 until further notice

"CAPTURING THREADFS OF LIGHT 4" by Nicole Bartos

A new show featuring new and older paintings by Liverpool based artist Nicole Bartos.

Venue: OASIS Caffe, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17; near the Eros Fountain. Free entry. Open Monday - Sunday 10am-5pm.

Contact the artist: 07756912911 or email: enquiries@gallery4allarts.com

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Ongoing/ viewing by appointment

GALLERY4ALLARTS presents
A new experience of light through colour and abstract painting:

“Capturing Threads of Light 3” by Nicole Bartos

Open day and charity fundraiser : Saturday 3rd September 12-5pm

click images to enlarge

A display of new body of work from NICOLE BARTOS, local artist and curator of Gallery4allarts.
Opening times:
until 3rd of September 2011 or further notice or by appointment only:

Thursday 12.00pm - 2pm and 4.00 -7.00pm
Friday 10.00am - 1.00pm and 2.00-4.30pm

Saturday 10.00am - 2.00pm and 3.00-5.00pm

Venue address:
St Michael’s and Lark lane Community Association (SMLLCA)
80 Lark Lane, The Old Police Station, Liverpool L17 8UU
Contact:
07756912911 or email to: enquiries@gallery4allarts.com
www.gallery4allarts.com

Temporary gallery address and opening times for the current show:

GALLERY4ALLARTS
SMLLCA, The Old Police Station,

80 Lark Lane,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU, Merseyside

 

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30th April - 28th May 2011

"AND VENTS ARRANGED"

A shared enthusiasm for collage, found objects and the work of Joseph Cornell has provided the inspiration for And Vents Arranged.

Three contemporary approaches to tableaux from liverpool artists Ricky Anderson, Lee Tisdall and Rachel Salmon.

Private viewing: 30th April 2011, 2pm-6pm

Opening times: Thursday to Saturday 2pm-5pm

GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU

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Press release

GALLERY4ALLARTS
Contemporary Art Gallery
http://www.gallery4allarts.com
Tel: 07756912911
Gallery4allarts presents
12th March – 19th March 2011
Gallery 1 and Gallery 2:
A collection of traditional Chinese paintings by Hu Genshen


Exhibition Opening: Saturday, 12th of March 2011, 12- 3pm

Venues:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool, L17 8UU

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool, L17 8XB
Gallery4allarts, invites art lovers to view a surprise exhibition presenting a broad collection of traditional Chinese paintings by artist Hu Genshen, originally from Tianshui city, in North West of China. Exhibition will be open to the general public on Saturday, 12th March, 12-3pm in parallel with a new abstract painting exhibition.
All welcome.


About the exhibition, artist and work:
Hu Genshen - Traditional Chinese paintings
Hu Genshen, artist born in 1966 in China, and living in Tianshui city, has been painting in traditional style for over 30 years now and uses traditional ink and brushwork to portray ideas of some of the most breathtaking Chinese landscapes and flora.
Though, Gallery4allarts specialises in contemporary abstract art in its wide sense, this spring, welcomes full-heartedly, this collection of 32 representative style original paintings, which after a long winter, offers the audience a delightful journey into the realms of nature and Chinese landscape, warming up the hearts.
This collection was introduced to Nicole Bartos/ Gallery4llarts by local Chinese architect and Qi Gong master Xia Lu, who across many years, has been contributing immensely towards introducing and spreading traditional Chinese culture and meditation teachings in Liverpool, through the means of Qi Gong, Thai Qi and art.
Text: Nicole Bartos/ Gallery4allarts/ 09/03/ 2011
Venue addresses and opening times:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside
GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB
Opening times - Gallery 1 & Gallery 2:
Thursday 3.00pm - 5.00pm;
Friday 12.00 - 4.00pm, Saturday 12 - 3pm

Gallery is also open by appointment. Please, call to arrange an appointment.
Tel: 07756912911
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
For further information contact: 07756912911 or E-mail to: nbartos@gmail.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com

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Press release
GALLERY4ALLARTS
Contemporary Art Gallery
http://www.gallery4allarts.com
Tel: 07756912911
Gallery4allarts presents
12th March – 26th March 2011
Gallery 1:
“ Capturing Threads of Light, 2” - New abstract paintings by Nicole Bartos.


Exhibition Opening: Saturday, 12th of March 2011, 12- 3pm

Venue:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool, L17 8UU

Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, presents a new exhibition featuring abstract paintings by artist Nicole Bartos.
In parallel, Gallery 1 and 2 host until the 19th March only, a surprise exhibition presenting a broad collection of traditional Chinese paintings by artist Hu Genshen, originally from Tianshui city, in North West of China. Both exhibitions will be open to the general public on Saturday, 12th March, 12-4pm. All welcome.
About the exhibition, artist and work:
Nicole Bartos – “Capturing Threads of Light, 2”
Nicole Bartos, is an artist fascinated by metaphysics, spiritual philosophy, discovery of the extra-sensorial world and particularly by the spiritual and healing potential of abstract painting and music. Acknowledges art as a ‘healing force’ and beneficial. She has been creating and exhibiting, since 1997, in the field of abstract, experimental (research) and conceptual art using a range of media: mixed-media, installation, land-art, ceramics/ sculpture, painting, drawing and photography. Independently, Nicole has been curating many art projects and exhibitions to date.
Since, 2006 Nicole Bartos has initiated and runs Gallery4allarts.
Graduated from the Ioan Andreescu Visual Arts Academy, Cluj - Napoca, Romania, (presently, the Academy is known as the University of Fine arts and Design from Cluj-Napoca), and though she has trained in Decorative Arts/ Industrial Design and Artistic Ceramics, has been painting for over 19 years. She excells within the field of experimental and mixed media art, pursuing a personal research for ”Structures and geometries” as part of her Postgraduate studies.
The experimental skill and endeavour for inventiveness using original combinations have always characterised the artist, and whether she was using ceramics, mixed media, painting or land art, she has always managed to find creative solutions and a unique style.
In her past conceptual orientations through paining, the artist has been influenced by some artists’ works such as, Soulages, Chagall, Zao Wu-Ki, oriental style brushwork techniques (Japanese and Chinese), Christo, and most recently, since 2007, by artist and philosopher Fanchon Frohlich, through Collective Phenomena. (Since late 90’s, Frohlich initiated the ‘Collective Phenomena’, igniting the idea of dialogue between the conscious and subconscious through art and the wonderful exchange between artists at level of their higher self, while painting together in dialogue and accompanied by live music.) As an influence and result of this, Bartos has applied the idea of creating with and for the benefit of the higher self and so, in art she encourages free, experimental abstract painting in dialogue or collectively with her students, most of whom don’t have an art background.
Her latest paintings, continue the earlier cycle started a year ahead, “Capturing threads of light”, and bring a new approach within the experimental and expressive abstract brushwork techniques, that allow music and energy to take shape through colour and vibrations.

Text: Nicole Bartos/ Gallery4allarts/ 09/03/ 2011
Venue addresses and opening times:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside
GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB
Opening times - Gallery 1 & Gallery 2:
Thursday 3.00pm - 5.00pm;
Friday 12.00 - 4.00pm, Saturday 12 - 3pm

Gallery also is open by appointment. Please, call to arrange an appointment.
Tel: 07756912911

For further information contact: 07756912911 or E-mail to: nbartos@gmail.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com

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until march 2011

“ Nothing is quite as it seems…”

Gallery4allarts,
Gallery 1
(www.gallery4allarts.com)
presents new work by artists: Ricky Anderson & Nicole Bartos
Exhibition opening: Saturday, 11th Dec 2010, 12-5pm
A collection of subtle and evocative collage series that mines surrealism, horror and natural history for inspiration from emerging artist , R. Anderson accompanied by N. Bartos’ s cycle of expressive and extremely energetic abstract drawings on music by Brahms, Jeno Havalyi, Beethoven and mirrored momentary energies.
“ Nothing is quite as it seems…” (R.A.)

Volcano, collage, by R. Anderson
Ricky Anderson - is an emerging artist, who graduated in 2006 from Wimbledon School of Art, London, and since, has exhibited through Eastgallery, Soup Gallery, Old Truman Brewery, Parade Space and Corsica Studios in London. Recently the artist has moved to Liverpool and this is the first exhibition presented here with the cooperation of Gallery 4allarts and Nicole Bartos.


Nicole Bartos - artist and curator, born in Romania and established in Liverpool since 1998, has worked and collaborated with many prestigious local and international artists, from a wide range of artistic backgrounds such as, Peter Frúcht, Marina Moreno, Terry Sullivan, Derek Culley, Michael Meldru, Lei Liang, Nagachoo, Fanchon Fröhlich and many, many others. She has curated many exhibitions and retrospectives to date and since 2006 has established and runs Gallery4allarts. (www.gallery4allarts.com). Gallery 2/ Gallery4allarts, still hosts the exhibition of her most recent cycle of abstract paintings: “Capturing Threads of Light”.
Venue address: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 8UU
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 12-6pm, Fri-Sat 12-5pm Closed: Mon, Sun and during 18 Dec 2010 - 10 Jan 2011
Contact: 07756912911; Email: info@gallery4allarts.com; website: www.gallery4allarts.com

http://www.artinliverpool.com/index.php/other-galleries/gallery4allarts/4714-g4all-anderson-bartos
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Charity Art Auction 28th November 2010, 8pm

Contemporary Art Auction
SMLLCA Charity Fundraising for a new Minibus
28th November 2010, 8.00pm
Doors open at 7.30pm for viewing.
‘Auction assisted and hosted by Gayna Rose Madder.
Venue: SMLLCA Main Hall, The Old Police Station, Sefton Grove, Liverpool, L17 8XB (Entry at far end of Sefton Grove, on right)
Auction will be followed by drinks and live music: SMLLCA charity ‘ACOUSTIC SUNDAYS’ (8pm-10pm). Details mentioned below.
Featuring a fine selection of over 60 artworks from 1950 and 1999 to date, from artists such as: Terry Sullivan, Nicole Bartos, Danniel John, Fanchon Fröhlich, Sue Ironfield, Richard Ashworth, Nagachoo (Japan), Alice Lenkiewicz, Christopher Muotoh, Kaety Moore and others.

These events are part of the charity project:
“ MINIBUS AND MEET ME AT SUNSET 2010”, and part of the
Independents Biennial 2010
Project organised by Nicole Bartos / GALLERY4ALLARTS (www.gallery4allarts.com)

A charity contemporary art auction raising money for a new minibus. for St Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association.
SMLLCA, a self funded community association, having been established for over 30 years now, has brought a major contribution to the local community making changes to the heart of it with ample and diverse programmes and initiatives at all social levels: preschool, youth, elderly and disabled and hosting various activities and surgeries ranging from arts and crafts to writers workshops and counsellors meetings, etc.
Over sixty works have been donated by Liverpool fine artists for this Community fundraising project. From the featuring works I will mention just a few: works dating back to 1950’s, from famous artist and philosopher Fanchon Fröhlich, widow of late Herbert Fröhlich, who was Professor of Theoretical Physics and the first to apply Quantum Physics to Biology; a huge number of abstract and semi-abstract works in a diversity of mediums such as oil and acrylic paintings on paper and canvas, collages, monoprints, ceramics, drawings by Nicole Bartos, born in Romania, who has been based in Liverpool since 1998 and who established Gallery4allarts in 2006; also, there is work from Alice Lenkiewicz, visual artist, and writer, who’ s father was well known for his paintings in St. Ives and London; textile sculptures from Kaety Moore, artist and musician; sketches from Japanese artist Nagachoo, who’s works have been internationally praised; wood collages/ 2D sculpture from Richard Ashworth; paintings from the wonderful painters Terry Sullivan, Danny John and mixed media on canvas by Sue Ironfield known for her musical and overtone paintings, etc.
Reserved prices per work range between £10 and £200.
We are inviting everybody interested in collecting art or wishing to support this charity cause, to join us on the 28th November 2010, 7.30pm at the Old Police Station. Entrance at rear, far back. Free entry.
There will be drinks served.
As this evening marks for Gallery4allarts the end of the Biennial programme, the auction will be followed 8pm-10pm, by live music, the last Charity Acoustic evening (“Acoustic Sundays”) which will take place in the Youth Club, the Old Police Station.
Entrance, as well at rear, far back. Tickets at the door: £4.00 (£2.00). Doors open 7.30pm.
Featuring music from: ‘Graculus’: Richard Harding (acoustic and electric guitar) and Phil Hargreaves (soprano saxophone and flute); Stan Ambrose (Harp); ‘Skirmish’ (harmonica and acoustic guitar); Jo Bywater (vocal and acoustic guitar); Oritsema Ejuoneatse (soprano); Patricia Mackrell (soprano).

Venues:
(Auction venue):
SMLLCA Main Hall, The Old Police Station, Sefton Grove, Liverpool, L17 8XB (Entry at rear, far back)

(Acoustic evening venue):

SMLLCA, Youth Club,
The Old Police Station
Sefton Grove,
Liverpool,
L17 8XB

Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
E-mail: info@gallery4allarts.com
Tel: 07756912911


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Charity Acoustic evenings

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6th November - 27th November 2010

"Meet me at Sunset 2010"

Event organised by Gallery4allarts for the Liverpool Independents Biennial 2010

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 & Gallery 2, The Old Police Station, Liverpool, L 17 8UU & L17 8XB

6th Nov - 30th Nov 2010
"Meet me at Sunset 2010"

Preview: Friday 5th of November, 12-5pm
(open to accredited press and professionals)
Open Day: Saturday 6th November, 12-5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 & Gallery 2 & The Youth Club - SMLLCA

Featuring artwork from UK and International artists (Italy, Japan, South Africa).

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List of events during Independents Liverpool Biennial 2010

GALLERY4ALLARTS

Contemporary Art Gallery

http://www.gallery4allarts.com
Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com

Gallery4allarts - Events List

16/09/2010 - 28/02/2011

18th Sept - 29th Sept 2010
" Fanchon Fröhlich, Beryl Bainbridge - a friendship"

Preview: Thursday 16th September, 3pm - 8pm
(Open to accredited press and professionals);
Open Day: Saturday 18th September 12 - 7.00pm
16th& 18th Sept 6-7pm
Readings from Beryl Bainbridge’ by Windows Project - Dave Ward and Eleanor Rees
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1

18th Sept - 29th Sept 2010
Nicole Bartos: "Capturing Threads of Light"

Preview: Thursday 16th September, 3pm - 8 pm
(Open to accredited press and professionals)
Open Day: Saturday 18th September 12 - 7 pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2

19th Sept- 28th Nov 2010
Charity Fundraising event: “Minibus & Meet me at Sunset 2010”
Acoustic evenings:
Sundays, 7.30pm-9pm,: 19 Sept; 3, 17, 31 Oct; 14, 21, 28 Nov 2010
Video / Art Screenings,etc.: Wednesdays, 10am-6pm:
23, 29 Sept, 6, 13, 20, 27 Oct, 3, 10, 17, 24 Nov
Venue: The Youth Club, SMLLCA, The Old Police Station (at rear),
Sefton Grove, Liverpool L17 8XB
Contact: 07756912911 (Gallery4allarts) or 0151 728 7884 (SMLLCA)
Contemporary Art Auction - Exhibition: 16th-30th Oct 2010; ‘Auction’ Open Day: Saturday 30th Oct 12-5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 and the Youth Club, SMLLCA

2nd Oct - 14th Oct
Kaety Moore & Jenny Wynne: "Mucky daughters"
Installation and mixed media project and exhibition.
Private view: Sat 2nd Oct, 12 - 5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1

2nd Oct - 14th Oct 2010
Chris Muotoh: “Conscious Nature"
Paintings on the theme of dreams and "nightmare"
Private view: Sat 2nd Oct, 12 - 5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2

16th Oct - 27th Oct 2010
Gisele Nzolameso - "Left to Die"
Video Installation. Double Screen.
Private view / Open day: Sat 16th, 12 - 5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2

16th Oct - 27th Oct 2010

Contemporary Art Auction - Exhibition: 16th-30th Oct 2010;

‘Auction’ : Saturday 30th Oct 3pm

Featuring works from artists such as: Nicole Bartos, Danniel John, Fanchon Frohlich, Sue Ironfield, Richard Ashworth, Nagachoo and others.

Venue/Event: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1

6th Nov - 30th Nov 2010
"Meet me at Sunset 2010"

Preview: Friday 5th of November, 12-5pm
(open to accredited press and professionals)
Open Day: Saturday 6th November, 12-5pm
Venue: Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 & Gallery 2 & The Youth Club - SMLLCA


Participating artists and musicians:
Andra, Nicole Bartos, Fanchon Fröhlich, Kaety Moore, Cristopher Muotoh, Nagachoo, Gisele Nzolameso, Ada Villa, Jenny Wynne, ‘The Cutting Room’: Jennifer Ross, Claire McCann, Clare Harris; Peter Frucht, Carmen Cristian, ‘Cremer projects -Juan del Gado,’ Gruppo Sinestetico & Sassu Antonio, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, ‘Windows project’: Dave Ward, Eleanor Rees; 'Graculus': Richard Harding, Phil Hargreaves; ‘Skirmish’, Stan Abrose, Jo Bywater, Helen Maher and others.

More details & updates on all events on:
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/exhibitions.htm
http://www.gallery4allarts.com

Venue addresses and opening times:

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 1
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
The Old Police Station
80 Lark Lane
Liverpool, L17 8UU

Opening times:
Tues - Wedns-Thurs 3.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool, L17 8XB

Opening times:
Tues - Wedns- Thurs 12.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

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6th Nov- 30th Nov 2010

MEET ME AT SUNSET 2010

!Submissions until 30th of October 2010

Event taking place during 6th Nov- 30th Nov 2010
This group exhibition continuing the successful 2008 “Meet me at Sunset” project is part of this year charity fundraising project for the SMLLCA (St. Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association). Curated by N. Bartos.
! call for entries until late August 2010.
Open Day: Sat 6th Nov, 12-5pm
@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, Gallery 2. See venue details below.

Event organised by Gallery4allarts for the Liverpool Independents Biennial 2010. Curator Nicole Bartos.

“Meet me at Sunset” - Artists' Gatherings

Meetings at Sunset hour will take place at various locations in Liverpool, for 5 days in August - September 2010, before and during sunset. Times and precise locations to be confirmed, please, email your details and interest to: nbartos@gmail.com, mentioning as subject "sunset meetings".

Gallery4allarts contact and addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Opening times - Gallery 1:
Tuesday-Thurs 3.00pm – 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Opening times - Gallery 2:
Wends – Thursday 12.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday, and Sunday.

Gallery also open by appointment. Please, contact by phone to arrange appointment.

Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
E-mail: submissions_43@gallery4allarts.com

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7th of August – 1st of September 2010

“Abstract Vibrations 2”

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool

Work by Andor Kömives: The Fragrance of the Night, acrylics on canvas.

Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 announces new exhibition and call for entries. Please click link for more details.

Open day: Saturday 7th of August 2010, 12-5pm
This exhibition features abstract and semi-abstract art in a variety of mediums such as painting, mixed media, assemblage, prints, ceramics sculpture, etc., from artists based in the North West, Gallery4allarts’ members and guests and including some international artists.
Some of the exhibiting artists’ names: Terry Sullivan, Danny John, Nagachoo, Andra Predescu, Nicole Bartos, Kaety Moore, Fanchon Fröhlich, Winston Patrick Lawson, Andor Kömives, Sue Ironfield, Eimear Kavanagh, Ada Villa and others.

Curator: N. Bartos
Please, note: submissions still open until 6th of August 2pm. Please, email gallery or call for full submissions’ criteria.
More details online, including updates and artists’ statements from 6th of August 2010, on:
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/exhibitions.htm.

Gallery4allarts contact and addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Opening times - Gallery 1:
Wends-Thurs 3.00pm – 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Opening times - Gallery 2:
Tuesday– Thursday 12.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday, and Sunday.

Gallery also open by appointment. Please, contact by phone to arrange appointment.
Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
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Call for entries open until 6th of Agusts 2010, 2pm

“Abstract Vibrations 2”

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 8UU

tel: 07756912911

Please, visit call 4 entries page, for full details.

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24th July - 1st of September 2010

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2, 4 Sefton Grove, Liverpool L17 8XB

Nicole Bartos - Open Studio and exhibition of new & old works 2006-2010

Open Day / Private Viewing:
Saturday 24th of July 2010, 12-5pm
. All welcome. Free entry.

To read more and view more works from this artist please click these links:
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/artist.htm
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/gallery.html

Gallery address, contact & opening times:
GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station, 4 Sefton Grove, Liverpool, L17 8XB
Opening times:
Wednesday - Thursday 12.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday.
Please note, Tues-Thurs from 3pm and Fri -Sat from 12pm, entry often through Gallery 1.
Contact: Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
http://www.gallery4allarts.com

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until 06 August 2010

Nicole Bartos & Students' exhibition: "Experimental abstract painting"
@ Gallery4allarts - Gallery 1, 80 Lark Lane

A collection of works made during December 2009 – 2010 by Nicole and her students. Featuring individual and collective works based on experimental ideas and expression through colour and music, mainly using acrylic paints and ink on paper.
Open Day / Private Viewing:
Saturday 24th of July, 12 - 5pm

Venue location/ addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 1
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
The Old Police Station
80 Lark Lane
Liverpool
L17 8UU

Opening times:
Wednesday - Thursday 12.00pm - 6.00pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday.
Please note, often entry also through Gallery 2.

Contact: Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
www.gallery4allarts.com

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19th of June - 18th July 2010

Susan Ironfield
“Harmonic and Planetary Images” &
Reinhard Fuchs
“ The World of Spherical Harmonics”

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2, 4 Sefton Grove, The Old Police Station, Liverpool, L17 8XB

Open Day:
Saturday, 19th June, 12 - 5pm
Special Workshop & Exhibition Closing Event:
Sunday, 18th July, 12 - 5pm

Read more about the artists by clicking this link.

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22nd of May - 16th June 2010

'Culley and Sullivan'

A joint exhibition of new and old works of abstract paintings from two unique artists, Terry Sullivan and Derek Culley,

based in Liverpool and Birkdale. Read more about the artists by visiting the exhibition page. Please click this link.

An exhibition curated by Nicole Bartos which takes place at Gallery4allarts, in both, Gallery 1 & Gallery 2.

Open Day: Saturday, 22nd of May, 12-4pm; Closing event: 16th June 2010, 5-7pm. Free entry. Last chance to see works.

Venue location/ addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 1
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
The Old Police Station
80 Lark Lane
Liverpool
L17 8UU

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Opening times / Gallery 1:
Tues- Wednes- Thurs 3 - 5.30pm;
Friday, Saturday 12- 5pm
or by appointment (BAO)
Closed: Monday, Sunday

Opening times / Gallery 2:
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday 12 - 5.30pm;
Friday, Saturday 12 - 5pm
or by appointment (BAO).
Closed: Monday, Sunday
Offen, entry through Galley 1.

!Gallery also open by appointment. Please, contact gallery by phone to arrange appointment. Thank you.
Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com

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22 May - 17 June 2010

Derek Culley & Terry Sullivan - Abstract painting exhibition

Open day: Saturay 22 May, 12- 4pm

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 and Gallery 2, Liverpool (The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane) (4 Sefton Grove, The Old Police Station, Liverpool L17 8XB)

A new joint exhibition of abstract art from two wellknown abstract painters is coming up at Gallery4allarts, in Gallery 1 and 2.

Exhibiting artists: Derek Culley, Terry Sulivan. Read more about the artists by visiting the exhibition page.

Open day: 12- 4pm,Saturday 22nd of May 2010. Please, view galleries opening times below.

Gallery contact and addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Opening times - Gallery 1:
Tues - Wends-Thurs 3.00pm - 5.30pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Opening times - Gallery 2:
Tues - Wends 12.00pm - 3.00pm;
Thursday- Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

Gallery also open by appointment. Please, contact by phone to arrange appointment.
Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com

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from 19 June 2010- 17th July 2010

Shorefields Arts Group

"Abstracts"

click thumbnail to enlarge

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1, 80 Lark Lane, The Old Police Station, Liverpool L17 8UU

A group exhibition featuring abstract art (collage, mixed media and painting) from Liverpool art students.

Open Day: 1- 4pm, Saturday 19th June 2010

Exhibition from 19th June until 17th July 2010. Click here to read more.

Gallery4allarts
Gallery 1
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Statement
Shorefields Art Group is an art class run by the Adult Learning Service on Wednesday evening. Some students have been in the group for some years, others only joined in the autumn. This selection of two pieces each student has been produced under the title of Abstracts.

Opening times/ Galley4allarts, Gallery 1:

Tues - Weds - Thurs: 3pm- 6pm
Friday - Saturday: 12 - 5pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday

Contact: 07756912911
Curator: Judy Mazonowicz, N. Bartos

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from 19 June 2010

Sue Ironfield and Reinhard Fuchs

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 2, 4 Sefton Grove, The Old Police Station, Liverpool L17 8XB

A new exhibition of abstract painting, digital sound performance and book launch: "Full Circle" poetry written by Sue Ironfield.

Open Day: 1- 4pm, Saturday 19th June 2010

Exhibiting artists: Sue Ironfield and Reinhard Fuchs. Read more information about the artists.

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Saturday, 15th of May , 5-7pm

Exhibition closing event for "ABSTRACT VIBRATIONS" and an 'Artist Talk' on "Screen printing techniques and digital technology" from artist Danny Hampson

@ Gallery4allarts, Gallery 1 & 2

Gallery4allarts will host an exhibition closing event for "ABSTRACT VIBRATIONS" and an 'Artist Talk' on "Screen printing techniques and digital technology" from artist Danny Hampson (Gallery2).

Event takes place on 15th of May , 5-7pm; artist talk: 6pm- 6.20pm. Entry free but donations welcome.

To reserve a place and a free drink during the artist talk (Gallery 2), please contact us by phone: 07756912911 or email: info@gallery4allarts.com

Venue details.

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from 3rd of April - 15 May 2010

“Abstract Vibrations” & launch of Gallery 2 @ Gallery4allarts

@ Gallery4allarts, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool

!Closing event 15th of May , 5-7pm , including an 'Artist Talk' from Danny Hampson at 6pm.

Exhibiting artists' names:

Christine O'Reilly Wilson, Derek Culley, Fanchon Frohlich, Nicole Bartos, Alex Simpson, Danny Hampson, Kaety Moore, Winston Patrick Lawson and others.

Please visit exhibition page for full details and artists' statements/ Press release.

Christine o'r Wilson, Derek Culley, Fanchon Frohlich, Danny Hampson

A new group exhibition event opens during April 2010, at Gallery4allarts, including the launch of new additional gallery space.

You are invited to join us for the open day/ private viewing on Saturday 3rd of April, 12 - 4pm. We will also inaugurate the new exhibition space (2 more rooms in the same building, entry on Sefton Grove, off Lark Lane).
Generally, we have submissions from artists who work within the 'abstract' or conceptual field; mediums such as: painting, mixed media, assemblage, print, etc.

The additional new gallery space will be launched with this exhibition and is welcoming everybody to celebrate this new start and opportunity.
This space, which is in the same building as the initial gallery, has its’ entry situated on Sefton Grove, off Lark Lane, comprises of 2 extra rooms intended mainly for art display, various arts' workshops and some healing arts sessions (during evenings) such as Qi Gong and Shiatsu.
Visit us, or join us for the opening day on Saturday 3rd of April 2010, to find out more.

Submission criteria details - click this link for details please, if interested to submit any works.

All enquiries welcome regarding space rental for workshops/ classes, various meetings during evenings or mornings.

Gallery4allarts

Gallery contact and addresses:
GALLERY4ALLARTS – Gallery 1
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool,
L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Opening times - Gallery 1:
Tues - Wends-Thurs 3.00pm - 5.30pm;
Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

GALLERY4ALLARTS - Gallery 2
The Old Police Station
4 Sefton Grove,
Liverpool
L17 8XB

Opening times - Gallery 2:
Tues - Wends 12.00pm - 3.00pm;
Thursday- Friday, Saturday 12.00am - 5.00pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday.

Gallery also open by appointment. Please, contact by phone to arrange appointment.
Tel: 07756912911
Email: info@gallery4allarts.com
Website: www.gallery4allarts.com

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6th of February 2010 - 31 March 2010

"Thinking Abstract"

An exhibition featuring abstract works in a variety of mediums, from artists based in North-West England and some international guests.

View exhibition page for more details.

Professional artists are invited to visit the gallery and bring for selection samples of their work (1-5 pieces all labeled on the back) or email images of their work together with: artist name, statement, general contact details and a list of artworks including title, medium and selling prices. A short essential artist CV is welcomed but not compulsory. For all submissions, etc. please, see details under call for entries.read important notes and criteria mentioned.

Exhibition opening Saturday 6th of February, 12 - 4pm.

Curator: Nicole Bartos

Gallery contact and address:

GALLERY4ALLARTS
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool, L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
E-mail: submissions_43@gallery4allarts.com and please Cc. to: nbartos@gmail.com (as subject please, mention: ‘february show’)
Telephone: 07756912911

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11 December 2009 – 30 January 2010

“Miniature Art Exhibition and Competition 2009:
‘MERRY CHRISTMAS’”

View exhibition main page by clicking this link or the title above .There you can view some of the artists' works, details.

A group art exhibition and competition featuring a selection of miniature artworks in a variety of mediums.

Exhibition opening day and main Awards Ceremony:
Friday 11th December 2009, 2pm- 8.30pm

Award Ceremony (11 Dec.) starts 6.30pm
Public voting period starts: Friday 11th Dec 2pm;
Public voting period closes: Friday 18th Dec 5pm
Open Day and Public Award Ceremony: Friday 18th December 2009, 5pm-8.30pm
Award Ceremony (18 Dec.) starts 6.30pm
Exhibition closes: 30th January 2010

This exhibition will feature a selection of 2D miniature artworks in a variety of mediums and styles from abstract to representational, from Liverpool based artists, artists from North West UK, Nottingham, Reading, Romania (Cluj-Napoca), Japan and those who love being artistically creative or are simply talented within the fine arts. As we are approaching Christmas festivities, we would appreciate if the audience would support this project with their visits to the gallery to vote for the best artworks on show.

!Special thanks to all who supported this project: jury members/volunteers, PISTACHIO Restaurant and Bar (Lark Lane), artinliverpool.com, SMLLCA Lark lane and, not last, all artists involved: 'Thank you all for your efforts to participate to this show'!

http://www.artinliverpool.com/blog/2009/12/miniature-art-exhibition-and-competition-2009/

(above information updated 14th of December 2009)

Gallery opening times until further notice:

Tuesday-Wednesday, Thursday 3pm-5.30pm

Friday, Saturday 12pm-5pm

Closed during: 24/12/2009 - 10/01/2010


Contact and address:
GALLERY4ALLARTS
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool, L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
E-mail: nbartos@gmail.com (as subject please, mention: ‘miniature show’)
Telephone: 07756912911

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Click this link for submissions' criteria details.

This exhibition will feature a selection of 2D miniature artworks in a variety of mediums and styles from abstract to representational, from Liverpool and North West based artists, children and all those who love being artistically creative or are simply talented within the fine arts. Volunteers for Jury members and all donations are welcomed to support the project.

Why not join in and help to write 2D “Merry Christmas” on the walls of Gallery4allarts, on Lark Lane, decorate an indoors 3D Christmas tree sculptural installation and pack walls with your miniature artworks by creating and submitting 1-15 miniature size artworks by latest 5th December 2009.

Read more regarding exhibition by visiting the exhibition special page which will be progressively updated with further details regarding participants and artworks exhibited (selections), images from the show, etc.

Re: Jury member’s volunteers
! Call for jury members to be present on the opening day in December (3pm-6pm) date to be confirmed. Please, refer to website or call the gallery.
A panel of 5 jury members will be selected randomly from all volunteers, before 3rd December 2009. Elected jury members should not be related (family) to any of the participants to the exhibition. In case this will happen a new jury member will have to be named as soon as possible.

! All donations and sponsorship from the general public are gratefully welcomed in support of this project.
Donations will help the gallery towards covering expenses for advertising, exhibition opening/ private view, and ideally 5 prizes. There is a donations box available in the Gallery at all times and particularly during this project. Cheques addressed to Gallery4allarts, please.
10% of our sales will go to the “Samaritan’s Purse” towards Operation Christmas Child initiate. (www.operationchristmaschild.org.uk)

Gallery4allarts is situated at The Old Police Station, in the heart of Lark Lane, between Sefton Park and Aighburth. It has opened its doors this year, since 26 September.
Gallery4allarts has been initiated since 2006 as an online gallery by artist Nicole Bartos and has gained its reputation through its Independents’ Liverpool Art Biennial international projects at various venues in Liverpool.

Events/Important dates for your diary:
Exhibition opening day and main Awards Ceremony:
Friday 11th December 2009, 2pm- 8.30pm

Award Ceremony (11 Dec.) starts 6.30pm
Public voting period starts: Friday 11th Dec 2pm;
Public voting period closes: Friday 18th Dec 5pm
Open Day and Public Award Ceremony: Friday 18th December 2009, 5pm-8.30pm
Award Ceremony (18 Dec.) starts 6.30pm
Exhibition closes: 30th January 2010

!Submissions entries until 5th of December.

Re: prizes/ awards
There will be ideally 5 prize winners selected (prizes of symbolic awards, counting more as Christmas presents)

The awards:
1. Jury’s prize – ‘Best artist’
2. Curator’s prize - Best miniature abstract painting
3. Public’s choice / prize – ‘Best miniature artwork’
4. Senior prize – (for the eldest participant)
5. Junior prize – ( for the youngest participant)

All prizes except the ‘Public’s choice’ award will be announced on the opening day. ‘Public’s choice’ award will be announced a week later on the 18th Dec.

Re: Submissions Criteria:
Please, (members of the public) join us to the opening event to vote for the exhibiting artists. (You can name 1 -3 works or artists.)
Submissions are welcome from all North West based artists, all adults who practice some arts, as well as from children. All 2D medium and styles are welcome.
We are inviting as many participants as possible, to achieve a number of over 200 artworks to be shown.
If you are interested in participating to this show please, read carefully all submission criteria’ details and updates provided under call for entries, before submitting any work. Many thanks for your attention and interest.


Contact and address:
GALLERY4ALLARTS
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
80 Lark Lane,
The Old Police Station,
Liverpool, L17 8UU,
Merseyside

Website: www.gallery4allarts.com
E-mail: nbartos@gmail.com (as subject please, mention: ‘miniature show’)
Telephone: 07756912911

More updates to follow soon.

!Submissions entries until 9th of December. Read details here, under call for entries, please.

Gallery contact and address:

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26 September – 30 November 2009

Gallery4allarts opens new premises and new exhibition:

“The journey of Thought” or “Meditations” by Nicole Bartos

View more details and statement by clicking here.

The exhibition presents a selection from the most recent abstract paintings by Liverpool based artist and curator

of Romanian origin, Nicole Bartos.

Exhibition dates: 26 September – 30 November 2009
Opening event: Saturday 26 September 2009, 6pm - 8pm

Address:

GALLERY4ALLARTS
LLAWRCC / SMLLCA
The Old Police Station
80 Lark Lane
Liverpool
L17 8UU

www.gallery4allarts.com

Contact: 07756912911

Opening times (until further notice):
Tues - Wedn -Thurs 3.00pm - 6.00pm; Saturday 11.00am - 6.30pm
Closed: Monday, Friday, Sunday

Many thanks to Rupert at Lark Lane SMLLCA.

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"Migration"
Red Dot Exhibitions
Contemporary Urban Centre, Greenland Street
12th December 2008 - 9th January 2009

http://www.catalystmedia.org.uk/issues/misc/reviews/migration.php

http://www.catalystmedia.org.uk/phprint.php
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2008

30 November 2008

Gallery4allarts - "Meet me at Sunset"

Closing event: Sunday 30 November, 2008, 4pm - 8pm.

Venue: Ullet Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP; see map

"The Gift" video film (detail) by Oana Camilleri Urcan

Join us on Sunday evening, 30 November, for poetry and story reading from Dave Ward & Eleanor Rees (Windows Project), (artist and poet) Sue Ironfield, accoustic music from Ade Jackson and others and meet some of the local and foreign exhibiting artists.
This is the last chance to see this exhibition and view the archival material featuring stages from the artists’ sunset gatherings and live art performances. Celebrate with us the end of a fine and successful art project and also, the closing of the Liverpool Biennial 2008.
RSVP 'closing event' to nbartos@gmail.com or call 07756912911.

Bring a bottle, smiles, art loving friends and few "art collectors"...

Exhibition open for visits: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1pm-5 pm or by appointment. Call 07756912911 or email: nbartos@gmail.com

Exhibition is part of the Liverpool Independents Biennial 2008.

Supported by the Ullet Grange, Ratiu Family Foundation and Romanian Cultural Centre.

Featuring a variety of art forms such as photography, video art, installation, sculpture, mixed media and painting.

Read all details about "Meet me at Sunset" project and exhibition on the website www.gallery4allarts.com: http://www.gallery4allarts.com/meet%20me%20at%20sunset.htm

“Meet me at Sunset” - Closing event - Programme:
Sunday 30th of November; 4pm - 8pm
4.00pm - 4.55pm - Drinks and exhibition viewing
4.55pm - 5.00pm – Gallery4allarts welcome and intro to "Meet me at Sunset" project and artists
5.00pm - 5.25pm – Dave Ward (Windows Project) reading a story from "Brunt Boggart"- series.
5.25pm - 5.30pm - Short break
5.30pm - 6.00pm - Poetry reading with Eleanor Rees and Sue Ironfield
6.00pm – 7.00pm - Acoustic music with Ade Jackson
7.00pm - 8.00pm - Exhibition viewing; meeting some of the participating artists; fun and some food.
8.00 pm - Event closing

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18th October - 30th November 2008

"Meet me at Sunset"

Exhibition part of the Liverpool Independents Biennial 2008

Venue: Ullet Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

Private view: 18th October 2008.

Live art performance 1 November 2008, 4.30-7pm

Read all details on "Meet me at Sunset" page

Contact: 07756912911 or email to: nbartos@gmail.com

Exhibiting ARTISTS:

ACITORE Z ARTEZIONE

JOANNE ASHBRIDGE

RICHARD ASHWORTH

NICOLE BARTOS

CRINA BOROS

OANA CAMILLERI

BIRGIT DEUBNER

FANCHON FRÖHLICH (Collective Phenomena)

ALISON APPLETON

SUE IRONFIELD

LYNN JACKSON

LEI LIANG

JOHANNA LEECH

MICHAEL MELDRU MEDJIVEPJIS

MARINA MORENO

NAGACHOO

CHRISTINE O'REILLY WILSON

SILVIU PASCALIN

IRINA DANA POPA

NICHOLAS RYDER-MARTYN

ROXANA TOHANEANU SHIELDS

ADA VILLA

RUAIRI WATSON

KATHY YOUNG

 

Venue - see map:
Ullet Grange,
36 Ullet Road,
Liverpool, L17 3BP,
Merseyside, UK

Contact:
Gallery4allarts
Mobile: 07756912911
E-mail: nbartos@gmail.com
Website: http://www.gallery4allarts.com

Project organised and curated by Nicole Bartos / Gallery4allarts

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February - March - April - May 2008

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Saturday, 3rd May 2008

Gallery4allarts Closing event - Open day

@Ullet Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP
Closing event of the 3 exhibitions, which have taken place at the Ullet Grange, Liverpool, since early February and respectively March 2008:

"People and Love"- group exhibition and competition
(http://www.gallery4allarts.com/People%20and%20Love-exhibition.htm )
“ Alex Simpson” - Solo exhibition
“ Fanchon Fröhlich”- Retrospective
Read more about these shows on (http://www.gallery4allarts.com/exhibitions.htm)

Saturday 3rd May 2008, from 4pm until 8pm
Venue: Ullet Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

The art exhibitions presenting works from 17 local and international artists:
Sue Ironfield, Rosemary Williamson, Alex Simpson, Ilsa Parry, Bev Jennings, me presents (Julie Ann Martin), Richard Ashworth, Elaine Stapleton, Natalie Rusell, Tony Kennedy, Nicole Bartos, Sarah Nicholson, Stephanie de Leng, Nagachoo, Andrea Szocs, Andras Koncz-Munich; Fanchon Frohlich.

A relaxing evening with art and music in the beautiful surroundings of the Grange; a good opportunity to meeting the artists, share ideas, network, relax. Bring a bottle!

Contact: 07756912911 or email to: nicole_b@gallery4allarts.com

Event organised by Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com)
Supported by Ullet Grange

Gallery4allarts
www.gallery4allarts.com
info@gallery4allarts.com
07756912911
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12th April – 3rd May 2008

“People and Love”

@Ullet Grange, Liverpool

Group exhibition and competition featuring local and international artists and showing: photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media and prints.

Artists:
Sue Ironfield, Rosemary Williamson, Alex Simpson, Ilsa Parry, Bev Jennings, Julie Ann Martin, Julian Kimmings, Richard Ashworth, Nicole Bartos, Sarah Nicholson, Stephanie de Leng, Natalie Rusell, Elaine Stapleton,
Tony Kennedy, Nagachoo, Andrea Szöcs, Andras Koncz-Munich.

Click here for who the winners are, more details: artists' statements, images, etc.
Exhibition dates: 12 April - 3 May 2008
Private View: 12 April 4pm-7pm
Vote your favourite artist: 4pm-4.50pm
Prize announcements & ceremony: 6pm-6.30pm

Venue: 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP (by Sefton Park gates monument; junction of Ullet Road with Aigburth Drive)
Open for visits: Tuesday to Saturday, 2pm-6pm.
Closed: Monday & Wednesday.
Contact: 07756912911
E-mail: nbartos@gmail.com

www.gallery4allarts.com
Curator: Nicole Bartos
Event organised by Gallery4allarts (http://www.gallery4allarts.com) and supported by Ullet Grange.

Venue (residential area):
Ullet Grange,
36 Ullet Road,
Liverpool,
L17 3BP

Note re: venue: 1875 Victorian mansion situated at junction of Ullet Road with Aigburth Drive, near Sefton Park Gates monument.
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12th April – 30th April 2008

“Alex Simpson - exhibition”

@Ullet Grange, Liverpool

This exhibition presents a selection of works by artist Alex Simpson, based in Stoke-on-Trent, who has been part of the St. Ives artists’ community in the 70s. Born in Wigan, Alex has been working and living in Stoke-on -Trent for quite a while, dedicating his life to art, particularly to sculpture making, mixed media, woodcut prints and painting. With a great admiration for Brancusi’s art, Alex Simpson ha created a body of work that shocks through both inspiration and quantity. Recently visiting his residence to meet with both artist and his art, I have found an almost monastic atmosphere, through its creative spirit habiting it, powerful energy that shaped ‘chef d-oeuvre’ profiles in sandstone, marble, wood and steel. This artist’s house and garden so full of artwork almost eliminated any comfort and the idea of a contemporary home; it has become entirely a huge studio and gallery space. It worth a visit at least. With constant exhibitions in London, Alex recently has become part of the group exhibition and competition “People and Love” (same venue), and has won the public vote award. Exhibition organised by Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com).
Exhibition open until 3 May 2008.
Open for visits: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2-6pm.
Contact: 07756912911 or nbartos@gmail.com

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9th of February - 12 April 2008

Gallery4allarts opened a new exhibition to celebrate Liverpool's Capital of Culture year:

Fanchon Fröhlich – retrospective exhibition

Paintings, etchings, drawings, philosophical writings and 'Creative Phenomena'

@The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP

Press release. Please, click here to read printable version.

Read Jeremy Reed's "Neural Supernovae" about Fanchon Fröhlich.

Private view: 9th February, 4.00-8.30pm accompanied by live music from 'FRAKTURE'

Curator: Nicole Bartos

Venue: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

Open: Monday to Saturday 2pm-6pm or by appointment.
Contact: nbartos@gmail.com or 07756912911

Many thanks to: The Grange, Jeremy Reed, Frakture, artinliverpool.com

"Neural Supernovae"- by Jeremy Reed


"Fanchon Fröhlich’s paintings are essentially neural, in that their explosive delivery of colour maps out work that takes its direction from inner landscapes given the form of abstract configuration. With a background in linguistic philosophy and science, Fanchon began painting at the Liverpool College of Art, largely as a figurative artist, before her seminal involvement with the etcher S.W. Hayter’s Atelier 17 in Paris, an experience that radically challenged her formative experiments with figurative painting, and transformed her into the liberated proponent of abstract expressionism who we know today. Only a small number of Fanchon’s early works have survived, but amongst them is the achingly sensitive portrait of her late husband, the physicist, Herbert Frohlich, shown here, as a superb example of her ability to bring the complex inner thinker to light, so that we the viewer are confronted directly with the man’s characteristic preoccupation with thought processes, as his means of connecting with the quantum universe by way of physics.
Part of Fanchon’s greatness lies in her ability to continually reinvent herself as an artist. Her writings on philosophy, science and art, her immense European culture, that also takes in the work of the American abstract expressionists, as well as the Japanese influences on her art, initiated by a period of work with Goto San in Kyoto, have all combined over the years, to the continuous and lively remaking of her art as the dominant expression of a life committed to imaginative creativity.
In 1991, Fanchon always in search of the new founded the Collective Phenomena, an art movement characterised by having several painters working abstractly together on a surface that takes its force from concentrated spontaneity within the participants, the activity often being performed live to the accompaniment of Lawrence Ball’s extempore piano music. The work of the Collective Phenomena, beautiful, disturbing, powerfully conflicting and neurologically menacing, is integral to the provocatively challenging retrospective of an artist at last coming up for serious consideration as a major painter.
Fanchon’s connections to Liverpool too, as the concealed city buried in the subtext to her art, forms another important aspect of her creative growth as an artist, right from her early years of studying at the Liverpool College of Art, to assimilating the city’s indigenous culture into the textural density of her work as place, no matter how abstractly overwritten. Her work, always celebratory in tone and driving in energy, is the unstoppable example of an artist working with courage at the edge, and one who is prepared to accept all experience as subject matter for art, and to compound the risks proposed by pioneering into adventurous experimentation. I would point for example to the painting Visual Music V11 Lyrical Moon, a collaboration between Fanchon and Sylvie Le Seac’h, as a superb instance of the collective method, in which intense colour mixed with acute sensory experience, come together as the fusion of energies instrumental to creating a spontaneous work of visionary intensity. But for all Fanchon’s education in philosophic and scientific disciplines, the work is never prohibitively cerebral, but always moves seamlessly from mental conception to imaginative expression without trace of interruption.
Almost entirely conceived in Liverpool, in a studio with aerospace-silver walls, high up in her old 19th century house on Greenheys Road, Fanchon Fröhlich who works in a light peculiar to her adopted city, has produced a highly original body of work, edgy, impacting, colourful, energised, and totally, unapologetically the real thing."
Jeremy Reed

Read review written by the artinliverpool.com:

"Fanchon Frohlich at the Grange

An excellent retrospective of 5 decades of work by Fanchon Frohlich opened at The Grange, Ullet Road on Saturday. Fanchon was there of course, looking as elegant and arty as ever. Music by Frakture with whom she collaborated at Cornerstone last year and the gallery proprietor and curator Nicole Bartos read a lovely statement about the artist written by the poet, Jeremy Reed.
As well as several abstract paintings there are charcoal drawings, etchings, masses of sketch books, philosophical writings and my own favourite piece, I think, is her portrait of her late husband Herbert who for many years was Professor of Theoretical Physics at Liverpool University.
The following text is from her website...
Fanchon Fröhlich (nee Angst) was a philosophy student at the University of Chicago, where she worked with Rudolf Carnap (formerly of Vienna, and the founder of the Vienna Circle) and Oxford where she studied with Sir Prof. Peter Strawson, doing a doctorate in Primary and Secondary Qualities.
She studied at Liverpool College of Art, then moved to St Ives to work with Peter Lanyon. Later she travelled to Paris where she worked with the sculptor Szabo and finally studied at Stanley William Hayter’s etching atelier, Atelier 17, all of the time preserving her faith in Abstract Expressionism.
Fanchon’s artwork unites philosophy of science and art, evident for instance in the ‘Position of Light in Art’ and the ‘Paradoxes of Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art’ to the book she co-edited with Sylvie Le Seac'h (who was also a pupil of Hayter): ‘S.W. Hayter Research on Experimental Drawing: Systems of Oscillating Fields‘.
Fanchon has produced both representational paintings - among which is the portrait of her husband to be displayed in the Royal Society (for Scientists) in London - and abstract expressionist paintings, etchings, and more recently ‘Collective Phenomena’.
’ Collective Phenomena’ is the name for a group of abstract artists painting collectively on the same surface, using the gestures of one then another as inspiration and results (in some cases) to a unusual counterpoint.
Viewing 2-6pm, Monday to Saturday or by appointment. Exhibition runs until April 12. 2008.
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/exhibitions.htm"(artinliverpool.com)

Photographs above copyrighted to Nicole Bartos and Minako Jackson

See Fanchon Frohlich photo album with some selections from the opening and exhibiton. More images will follow soon.

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Planned Exhibitions 2008

!Call for entries - extended until 22nd of March 2008. Click here to read updates.

Artists are welcome to submit artworks as guests of the gallery and also, for future exhibitions in response to the following themes:
• Liverpool’s parks, gardens and wild life - All forms of 2D and 3D art welcome.
People and Love
- All forms of 2D and 3D art welcome.
• Abstract painting

• Miniature painting

• Decorative Art an Craft

• Meditation and Peace - All forms of 2D and 3D art welcome.

All work submissions by 22nd of March 2008 (as mentioned above) please, by post (CD), email:

submissions_43@gallery4allarts.com or

by appointment ( call 07756912911), arranging to drop in with the work at the venue listed below.

There willl be a selection and also a prize winner for each theme/show in part (£50).

There is an entry fee of £15/artist.

The entrants will be noticed by email/post of the final results.

Venue (residential area):
The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP.

Entry information:

Number of works to be submitted: up to 3 works. Please, attach a list with :

- work/s details (title, medium, size) and selling price;

- short artist' statement and

- contact details

There is an entry fee of £15/artist. Your submission is not valid without the entry fee.

Please, make cheque or Postal order payable to Gallery4allarts and post it or deliver it to:

Nicole Bartos / Gallery4llarts

36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP

More details and updates, will follow soon.

Please note: that he only confirmed exhibition date to present is for the "People and Love" exhibition which will start on 12th of April 2008, at the: Ullet Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP.

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Previous exhibitions and events; please, see also the archive section for more images.

2007

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Gallery4allarts

“Artists and Identity”
5th of November - Saturday 22nd December 2007

Please, click to view enlarged version.

Artists exhibiting: (please, click artist name to read more or view images)

  1. Sue Ironfield
  2. Tracy Lewis
  3. John Minnion
  4. Xia Lu
  5. Nicole Bartos
  6. Sarah Nicholson
  7. Stanislaw Jan Krakiewicz

The exhibition presents:
• retrospective work by Sue Ironfield – abstract paintings which emulate music
• a collection of black and white caricature drawings by John Minnion
• decorative wall pieces and sculptural works (made from natural materials such as roses) and prints by Tracy Lewis
“Shadows” new photographic / mixed media work by Nicole Bartos
• acrylic paintings featuring the ‘theme of home’ and marine landscapes by Stanislaw Krakiewicz
• abstract industrial landscapes in pastel by Sarah Nicholson
• new watercolour works by Xia Lu.

You may also, view (at the same venue):
• details from a retrospective exhibition: Nicole Bartos (1997-2007),
• a group show of 18 Romanian and Hungarian artists,
• installation art by Sarah Nicholson and
• works by Japanese artist Nagachoo

Along the exhibition featuring also, poetry, live music and the Windows Project with the “Tree of Dreams” –

poem Saga with puppets and live music.

Participating poets and musicians:
Dave Ward, Eleanor Rees, Sue Ironfield, Stan Ambrose, Martin Robinson and others.

- Private view/Exhibition opening: Saturday, 3rd of Nov 2007, 4pm – 8.30pm
(From 6.00pm-6.50pm: “The Tree of Dreams”- Poem Saga with puppets & live music;
From 7.00-7.30pm: Poetry reading and acoustic music)

- Exhibition closing event: Saturday, 22nd of Dec 2007, 4pm - 8.30pm
(Poetry reading and acoustic music during closing event: 6.00-7.30pm)

Venue (residential area):
The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP.

Viewing by appointment, only. Closed: Wednesday and Sunday. Free access.

Contact: 07756912911 or nbartos@gmail.com

Read artinliverpool.com review from the opening:

http://www.artinliverpool.com/blog/blogarch/2007/11/artists_identity_at_the_grange.php

Find more updates and information about the artists on: http://www.gallery4allarts.com/nov%202007%20exhibiton.htm
http://www.gallery4allarts.com/exhibitions.htm
Event organised by Gallery4allarts.
Curator: Nicole Bartos

Gallery4allarts

www.gallery4allarts.com

info@gallery4allarts.com

07756912911

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until 30th of September 2007

'Making Stuff' at the Kitchen Gallery

The Kitchen Gallery's exhibition continues until 30th September.

Introducing an inspired blend of contemporary and conceptual crafts focusing on ceramics, with textiles, jewellery,

accessories and objects by established and emerging artists selected for quality and originality.


Artists showing work are:
Cath Ball
Nicole Bartos
Katie Downs
Claire Ferguson
Laura Hughes
Sarah Jane Lawton
Sarah Malone
Isabelle Reaves
Mojdeh Piri Pirnagh
Charlotte Verity


This is the last exhibition of the 2007 season at the Kitchen Gallery, we look forward to welcoming you back in 2008.

Opening times Fri-Sun 1.30-4.30 and by appointment.

The Kitchen Gallery
Norton Priory Museum & Gardens

Runcorn
Cheshire
WA7 1SX

www.kitchengallery.uk.com

info@kitchengallery.uk.com
Tel: 01928 577 487/0151 733 5986

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“Living with Art and Energies”

  • Until 20th October 2007

    "Living with Art and Energies" - Nicole Bartos Retrospective and group show

  • @ The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

  • Viewing: by appointment only.

  • Venue: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

    Contact:
    07756912911

  • Event organized by Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com). Curator Nicole Bartos.

  • Though the official closing has been announced on Saturday, 30th June 2007, due to the good feed-back and the audience' interest, the exhibition is still open for viewing, by appointment only until the 20th of August. Please, see contact details above.
  • Along Nicole Bartos Retrospective (1997-2007) works, the exhibition initially involved 13 local artists from various ethnical backgrounds such as: British, Georgian, Chinese, Austrian, German, Polish and 18 international artists from: Romania, Hungary, and Japan.
    A unique opportunity to see valuable contemporary artworks displayed in a victorian architectural display, which gives the feeling of embarking on a "back in time" journey through centuries.
  • The event, organized by Nicole Bartos and Gallery4allarts has been supported by artinliverpool.com and The Grange.

    This time you will be able to view the Nicole Bartos' retrospective, works by Sarah Nicholson, Nagachoo, Xia Lu, Julie Aderson and Romanian and Hungarian artists' show: Lucia Lobont, Andrea Szocs, Andra (Felicia Predescu), Radu Bimbea, Doina Stici, Andras and Judith Koncz-Munich, Adel Kiss, Melinda Farkas, Ovidiu Muraru, Marius Georgescu, Dorel Gaina, Emil Moritz, Andor Komives, Eugen Savinescu.

    Works by Dorel Gaina, Andor Komives and group show detail

  • Works by Nagachoo (Japan) and Sarah Nicholson

Group art exhibition featuring works by 30 local and international artists including a retrospective Nicole Bartos, 1997 – 2007.

Venue: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17

View "Living with art and energies" page which include artists works and statements, updates info, etc.

Click here for details from exhibition private view- 9th June 2007

See some of the details from the exhibition , by clicking here.

More artworks and space related images from exhibition ...

This event, supported by artinliverpool.com (Thanks to Ian Jackson!) and The Grange, is running until the end of June 2007 (30th); involves, local artists from various ethnical backgrounds such as: Romanian-Hungarian, Georgian, Chinese, Austrian, German, Polish and international artists from: Romania, Hungary, and Japan.
A unique opportunity to see valuable artworks displayed in a residential area, which gives the feeling of embarking on a "back in time" journey through centuries.

As a brief introduction, to some of the artists and works exhibited: you will find Sarah Nicholson' s installations evoking stored memories and flash- backs, some of Nicole Bartos’ mixed media, painting, small ceramic sculpture and experimental art cycles created since 1997, most of the work being created in this venue where the exhibition takes place; Margaretha Schöning, member of Basement group, showing mixed media and painting works; Fonchon Fröhlich, (who initiated the Collective Phenomena) showing a couple of very strong etchings, Arthur Roberts (Loop), showing one of his recent and intricate drawings, Barbara Jones showing one of her etchings, Richard Ashworth showing a cycle of new mixed media and collage pieces (using recycled cereal boxes), Kate Dadiani Taylor showing one of her energetic piece, part of the series entitled “REFLECTION”, Nathan Pendlebury showing paintings, Pamela Holstein showing etchings and aqua- tinta, Claire Stringer showing paintings, Sylwia Kajdanska showing painting, Xia Lu with sketches of Liverpool scenes, Julie Anderson with paintings, Nagachoo (Japan) showing mixed media and paintings on paper revealing very strong energies and vibrations, etc.

Open to visitors: 2 pm-6 pm during week days, except Wednesday and Sunday, or by appointment.
Event organised by Gallery4allarts,
www.gallery4allarts.com

Venue: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

Contact:
07756912911
nbartos@gmail.com

More "Thank you" notes:
Thanks to those making it for the Private view (9th June) and thanks to the musicians:

Stan Ambrose, Roger Edwards, Martin Robinson, who kindly dedicated their time and sublime music to our enjoyment and enhanced the beauty and welcoming of this event!

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Exhibition Private View: Saturday 9th June 2007, 5.00pm-9.00pm,

accompanied by live music played by Roger Edwards and Stan Ambrose and Martin Robinson..
(http://www.last.fm/music/Roger+Edwards/Sunday+Afternoon+On+My+Back)

Many thanks to Ian and Minako Jackson, artinliverpool.com for their support and thanks for reading this add.

Local artists exhibiting:
Julie Anderson, Richard Ashworth, Nicole Bartos, Kate Dadiani, Fonchon Frohlich, Pamela Holstein, Barbara Jones, Sarah Nicholson, Nathan Pendlebury, Arthur Roberts, Claire Stringer, Xia Lu, Margaretha Schöning, Sylwia Kajdanska.
International artists exhibiting: Nagachoo, Lucia Lobont, Andrea Szocs, Andra (Felicia Predescu), Radu Bimbea, Doina Stici, Andras and Judith Koncz-Munich, Adel Kiss, Melinda Farkas, Ovidiu Muraru, Marius Georgescu, Dorel Gaina, Emil Moritz, Andor Komives, Eugen Savinescu.

See some exhibition details, by clicking here.

The exhibition organized by Nicole Bartos (Gallery4allarts), will be held in few of the rooms, main hall, and studio area at ground and first floor of the Grange. Mainly focusing on Nicole Bartos’ 10 years retrospective work (a variety of media and cycles from 1997 to 2007 which can be classified as multimedia, painting, sculpture, ceramics, prints, drawings, photography, and possibly installation), the exhibition will also feature a diversity of artworks by local and international artists from Romania, Hungary and Japan (abstract 2D, 3D, multimedia, calligraphy, sculpture, painting, photography, drawings, installation).

Open to visitors as mentioned below or by appointment:
From 11th to 30th June 2007 open 2.00pm-6.00pm during week days except Wednesdays and Sundays (closed).

Contact (mentioning exhibition):
07756912911
nbartos@gmail.com
http://www.gallery4allarts.com

Nicole Bartos, artist of Romanian – Hungarian origins, creates and lives at the Grange, Liverpool since 1998. In 2006 supported by Creative Bias and ACID, she started the online Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com), promoting her own artwork and also, local and international artists.
The Grange is a Victorian mansion on Ullet Road, built in 1870s, just next to the historical Sefton Park gates. The building is astonishing in Victorian architectural and decorative elements, and makes a fantastic home for Nicole’s work and occasional art exhibitions.

Exhibition supported by artinliverpool.com and The Grange. Organized by Gallery4allarts.

http://www.artinliverpool.com

http://www.gallery4allarts.com

To read more about The Ullet Grange or to find a map, please click links below:

http://www.suttonkersh.co.uk/langimages/36_ULLET_ROAD_PARTICULARS.pdf
http://allerton.suttonkersh.co.uk.40x40.com/index.cgi?action=3&f0=200023752
http://icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk/liverpooldailypost/news/regionalnews/tm_method=full%26objectid=19035937%26siteid=50061-name_page.html
http://icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk/liverpooldailypost/news/regionalnews/tm_headline=a-great-house-haunted-by-the-spirit-of-the-60s%26method=full%26objectid=19035937%26page=2%26siteid=50061-name_page.html

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31st August 2007

The Kitchen Gallery presents “Meet the Maker”

at the Clore Suite in Norton Priory Museum.

The Kitchen Gallery invites you to “Meet the Makers” of our fantastic contemporary craft show: Making Stuff, an exhibition of the latest decorative and functional crafts with a special focus on ceramics.

Starting at 12.30 artists will give short talks and demonstrations providing a new perspective on their practice and processes.

Artists talking about their work include:

Cath Ball, Nicole Bartos, Katie Downs, Sarah Malone, Isabelle Reaves, Mojdeh Piri Pirnagh, Charlotte Verity

All are welcome - professional artists, beginners, students and just anyone whose curious will all find something here - no booking is necessary, however we would appreciate a call or email that you are coming. Free with admission to Norton Priory. Refreshments will be served throughout the afternoon.

Showing work by ten innovative Northwest artists the exhibition is open Fridays – Sundays 1.30-4.30 and by appointment until September 30th. Visit our website for further details and directions to the Gallery.

The Kitchen Gallery, Norton Priory Museum & Gardens
Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1SX

www.kitchengallery.uk.com
info@kitchengallery.uk.com
Tel: 01928 577 487/0772 987 3001

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Friday 24th August 2007, Opening 7pm

"Summer of love"

@SouthBohemia Gallery, Smithdown Road, Liverpool

click here to view enlarged leaflet

Featuring Marjana Wjasnova, David Hinnebusch, Joseph Brown, Daiva Gauryte, Nicole Bartos, plus others.

Research Information:
The Summer of Love was the summer of 1967, particularly in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, where thousands of young people loosely and freely united for a new social experience. As a result, the hippie counterculture movement came into public awareness.
The beginning of the Summer of Love has popularly been attributed to the Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park on January 14, 1967. The size of that event awakened mass media to the hippie counterculture that was blossoming in the Haight-Ashbury. The movement was fed by the counterculture's own media, particularly The San Francisco Oracle, whose pass-around readership topped a half-million at its peak that year. The grassroots street theater/activism of The Diggers also garnered media attention.
College and high school students began streaming into the Haight on their spring break of 1967. City government leaders, determined to stop the influx of young people once schools let out for summer, brought added attention to the scene. An ongoing series of articles in local papers alerted national media to the hippies' growing momentum. That spring, Haight community leaders responded by forming the Council of the Summer of Love, giving the word-of-mouth event an official-sounding name
John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas took 20 minutes to write the following lyrics for the song "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)": If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair... If you're going to San Francisco, Summertime will be a love-in there".
Scott McKenzie's recording of the song was released in May 1967. The song was designed originally to promote the June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, the world's first major rock festival, which was attended by over 200,000 people. "San Francisco" became an instant hit (#4 in the U. S., #1 in the U.K.) and quickly transcended its original purpose.
Album cover, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe evolution of The Beatles and their music also contributed to the global impact of the Summer of Love. The Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was released on June 1, 1967, in Europe and two days later in the U.S. With its psychedelic influences, Indian instrumentals, vivid album cover and drug references, it encapsulated the very essence of the Summer of Love.
The Beatles had moved beyond their "moptop" era, and on June 25, 1967, their song "All You Need Is Love" was heard around the world as part of the "Our World" radio broadcast, further emphasizing the countercultural ideals of love, freedom, and unity.

The South Bohemia Art Gallery, 196 Smithdown Road, Liverpool
Merseyside, L15 5JT, UK
Peter Worthington
(Director of South Bohemia Art Gallery)
Mobile: +44(0)7791145190

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23rd of February - 23rd of March 2007

An exhibition at The Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool guest curated by Arthur Roberts from Loop Gallery.

'OVERVIEW 07'

Private View - Thursday 22nd February, 6-8pm
Exhibition open - Friday 23rd February to Friday 23rd March 2007

Loop is celebrating Liverpool’s 800th birthday with a survey of abstract practitioners working within and around the city in 2007. OVERVIEW 07 demonstrates the diverse and colourful energy that is generated by many individuals working within the inexhaustible realms of abstraction.

Loop, which is the city's foremost independent promoter of abstract art on Merseyside is bringing this collection together to spotlight the celebration of today’s living homegrown artists.

This pioneering exhibition consists of thirty abstract artists who work in and around the City of Liverpool and have contributed to a new vibrant resurgence of visual arts.

The artists represent a new Avant-Garde which is filled with dynamic colourful energy whose diverse approaches make an inspiring landmark upon Liverpool’s cultural renaissance. The works on show range from colourful painted compositions, print, photography, constructions and sculpture all encapsulating a driving force of intrigue and contemplation.

This show represents the heart of the creative community of Liverpool, these are the artists who highlighted the creative bedrock which Capital of Culture was built upon. When the all flashing and dancing lights are slightly dimmed these are the practitioners who will constantly add colour to Liverpool’s cultural landscape.

Loop organizer Arthur Roberts says,
“ Its extraordinary to witness such a vibrant and varied language that abstract art is, to see thirty diverse artworks sparkling with energy and life is a privilege to behold”. Arthur continues, “working in partnership with Hope University has be an absolute pleasure. It has taken a lot of patience and hard work, but the combination of exceptional artists and an impressive venue at the Cornerstone has made this whole experience a joy”.


Artists included:

Richard Ashworth, Craig Atkinson, Nicole Bartos, Colin Beckett, Derek Boak,
Edward Bruce, Michelle Burrows, Terry Duffy, Peter Collins, Peter Corbett,
Derek Culley, Fanchon Frohlich, Barbara Jones, Jason Jones, Julie Jones,
Steve Hitchin, Vincent Lavell, Sue Milburn, Geoff Molyneux, Callum Moncrieff,
Tony O’Connell, Christine O’Reilly Wilson, Nathan Pendlebury, David Powell,
Arthur Roberts, Colin Serjent, David Stanley, Terry Sullivan, Jason Thompson.

Liverpool Hope University, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB
Tel : 0151 291 3997
E-mail: thecornerstonegallery@hope.ac.uk

For directions of how to get to the gallery please visit
www.hope.ac.uk/gettingtohope/hopeateverton
For further information please contact the Gallery.

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November 2006

Bracket This- Going Native

Exhibition curated by Mercy, Tomas Harold and Nathan Jones

@ Arena Gallery, Liverpool

See/download online Catalogue: http://showmercy.co.uk/bracketthis/BT3_catalogue.pdf

http://showmercy.co.uk/bracketthis/

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  1. 21st September - 18th October 2006
  2. "Instant Thoughts or Poetry on Ice"
  3. @Editions Limited, Cook Street, Liverpool

  4. An exhibition of new mixed media and ceramic artworks by Nicole Bartos, Liverpool based artist of Romanian-Hungarian origins.
    Exhibition organised by the artist and hosted by Editions Limited.

    Message/ Note:

    ‘Creative Thought’ and spontaneity of ‘Creative Force’ can be one of the most therapeutic ways through creativity and reflects the individual inner energy resources and inner space.
    Motto: “Do not be afraid of Energy release and create your space of action! “
    In this case, rhythmical associations and abstract mannerism are put in a context of Freedom, treating the action background as an Ice-skating stage, where the artist performs with technicality, bringing forward “instant thoughts” and dispersing them with a desire for change, beauty and poetry. Should it be then ‘Poetry on Ice’? (N. Bartos 2006.)
    click here to read more

  5. Exhibition period:
    Thursday 21 September – Wednesday 18 October 2006

    Private View: Thursday 21st September 5.00pm – 8.30pm

    Venue: Editions Limited
    Editions Ltd, 16 Cook Street, Liverpool, L2 9RF
    Tel: 0151 236 4236.
    Email: info@editionsltd.net.
    Web: http://www.editionsltd.net
    Opening times: Mon Fri 9.30am – 5.30pm, Sat 11am – 4pm

  6. View archived images from Private View, etc.
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  8. 29th September - 10th November 2006
  9. "Fire & Eurhythmy"
  10. @ IKONOGRAPHY Gallery, 31 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE
  11. (above the Beatles Shop)
  12. Part of the Independents Biennial Liverpool 2006, (http://www.independentsbiennial.org)
  13. Please, click here for Event Details.
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  15. 1 - 30 November 2006
  16. "White Night"
  17. Group exhibition organised by Nicole Bartos.
  18. @ Blackburne House, Balckburne Place, off Hope Street, Liverpool
  19. Telephone: 07756 912911
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  21. May 2005 - ongoing until September 2006
  22. @ The Quarter, Faulkner Street, Liverpool
  23. Works by Nicole Bartos on show, in the back room of the Quarter.
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Previous exhibitions 2006 - 2005

  1. 1-24 March 2006
  2. @ Arena Gallery, 82-84 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 5AA
  3. ")BracketTHIS (-Going Native ?"
  4. Group exhibition organized by Tomas Harold and Nathan Jones.
  5. A review made by the NERVE upon the March 2006 'Bracket This-going Native' show
    http://www.catalystmedia.org.uk/issues/misc/reviews/bracket_this_native.htm
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  7. 3 April -end of May 2006
  8. "Under The Blue Sky"
  9. @ Mechanics Hall, Marsden, West Yorks

  10. Exhibiting artists: Nicole Bartos, Melinda Farkas, Emil Moritz, Andor Komives, Andrea Szocs, Andras Koncz-Munich, Andra (F. Predescu).
    To find out more about the artists and Nicole please, see: guest artists' and Nicole's page.
    Contact: info@gallery4allarts.com

Opening hours: Mon-Wed 2.00pm-7.30pm; Fri 2.00pm-5.30pm;
Tues, Thursday and Sat 10am -1.00pm.
For more enquiries please, contact Rosie at: ideas@icarus.uk.net

Please, read articles published April 3 2006, by The Huddersfield Daily Examiner and artinliverpool.com
Art In Liverpool Blog "The Best British Art Blog" The Times Oct. 1st 2005

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29 April -28 May 2006

  1. Kitchen Open exhibition,
  2. @ Kitchen Gallery, Cheshire
  3. Private View Sunday 30th April 1 - 4pm
    Please, get in touch to be placed on to the guest list.

    Exhibition runs from 29th April to 28th May, opening hours Friday to Sunday 12 - 4 and by appointment

    Contact: Sarah Nicholson at the Kitchen Gallery, Norton Priory Museum and Gardens, Tudor Road, Manor Park, Cheshire, WA7 1SX. Telephone 0151 733 5986 or 0772 987 3001 for further information.
    The Kitchen Gallery are delighted to announce that they are to hold their First Kitchen Gallery Open Contemporary Art Competition for Artist from the North West, having received funding from the Arts Council of England as well as generous support from Halton Borough Council and Norton Priory Museum and Gardens.

 

Dec 2005

Christmas Exhibition/ New favourites

Editions Limited, Cook Street, Liverpool

Creation - organized by Creative Lets, Lis Edgar at The Artspeq Gallery, Quiggins, School Lane, Liverpool

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