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11 December 2009 – 30 January 2010
Art Exhibition and Competition 2009:
! Call for Entries / Submissions until 9th December
@ Gallery4allarts, LLAWRCC / SMLLCA, 80 Lark Lane, The Old Police Station, Liverpool
A group art exhibition and competition featuring a selection of miniature artworks from artists mainly based in Liverpool and around North West England. Updates regarding participants will folow after 9th of December.
/ Important dates for your diary (
for updates or any changes please, browse main
!Submissions entries until 5th of December
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. As we are approaching Christmas festivities, we would like the audience to be delighted to support this project with their visits and votes for the best artworks on show. 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.
For a better understanding and artistic performance related to this miniature exhibition Gallery4allarts is preparing for, I would like to ask those who (whether they are coming from a professional art background or not), are willing to submitting work, to read the notes and extracts mentioned below regarding the “miniature” painting and art in general and the origins of the “miniature” term itself.
term "miniature", as it addresses miniature
painting, is often confused with "miniaturize" and
some miniature art exhibitions do not refer to miniature
as it's initial meaning of techniques, but rather the
size of the painting (miniaturized painting). They
are two very separate descriptions. (extract from
Painting - A Brief History of the Art of Miniature”,
an article by: Rebecca Latham).
Exhibition will open on the11 December 2009 and will end on the 30 January 2010.
Jury member’s volunteers
All donations and sponsorship from
the general public are gratefully welcomed in support
of this project.
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.
For further updates and winners please, visit the exhibition main page after the 9th December.
5 - 12 December 2008
@The Cornerstone Gallery, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool
AND auction of postcard works donated by artists and celebrities
to Liverpool’s prestigious cultural life and continuing development.
The works will also be available to view at
On Friday 12th
December, 5.30 - 8pm a blind auction, hosted by Liverpool's
very own and not-to-be-missed Paul O'Keefe, will provide the
This will be a very exciting event, one not to be missed and a great opportunity to acquire a piece of work by a prominent artist or celebrity of our time.
‘Can you work out whose work is which?'
The Artists’ General Benevolent Institution is one of the oldest charities in the UK helping artists since its foundation by J. M. W. Turner in 1814. It assists professional artists, sculptors, painters and designers, who, through accident, illness or old age, cannot work and earn. Widows and orphaned children of artists are also eligible.
For directions of how to get to The Cornerstone Gallery please visit
The Cornerstone Gallery, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB.
International Experimental Film Festival "Carbunari 2009", Romania
information is courtesy of M. Bochis)
until 18 Deceber 2009
World Canvas Awards | December 2009
CALL FOR ENTRIES
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2 FOR 1 DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 18, 2009
ENTER NOW to take advantage of special early pricing.
7 December 2009 - 31 January 2010
The Ratiu Foundation / Romanian Cultural Centre, Manchester
Square, 18 Fitzhardinge Street, London W1H 6EQ;
“The ongoing contemporary debate about photography as an art form raises interesting questions about the status of photography. For artist photographers the medium of photography is indubitably a modern art form which deals with all aspects of life. My main interest in this debate is crystallised in two ways: theoretically through my philosophical enquiries into the Aesthetics of Photography and practically through my own work, especially my abstract photography.
Because a photograph needs to be ‘an image of something’, photography as an artistic process seems to be predetermined by the existence of a particular real subject. Sometimes I accept this predetermination and try to capture the magic of mundane urban scenes, but at other times I choose to rebel and create images where the real subject is not recognisable and appears to have a new existence. Most of my work is film based photography in an attempt to resist the digital ubiquity. Because of this rebellion my recent images seem to evade a clear categorisation. I play with inversed perspective, I avoid reference points by using close-ups and I use the natural light in a particular way.
The ‘Emergent Light’ photographs are a series of works where the light is the subject and the catalyst at the same time. Trying to capture the beauty and fluidity of light is attempted through traditional photography (no manipulation is allowed) and particular view points (usually close-ups). What the eye of my camera records is a fragment of a momentary reality – the splitting of light on the surfaces of often very mundane domestic objects. These images have a very painterly quality which betrays my interest in colour, texture and abstraction.” – Roxana Tohaneanu-Shields
Roxana Tohaneanu-Shields is a Romanian born artist who lives and works in the UK . Having graduated from Bucharest University in Philosophy in 1998 she took a further degree in Art and Philosophy at The University of Reading where she is currently researching for a PhD in Aesthetics. She has exhibited her work in a number of galleries and art museums including The Art Museum of Constanta, The Art Museum of Brasov, Gallery4allarts at the Independent Liverpool Biennial 2008, the Other Gallery London, The Ecology Pavilion in Mile End and The Stroud House Gallery. Roxana works in a variety of media but her principal interest is in photography.
Organised by The Ratiu Foundation / Romanian Cultural
Centre in London
November - 5th December 2009
Call for Entries until 5th December
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 works by creating
and submitting 1-15 miniature size artworks by
latest 5th December 2009.
Prizes / Awards
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. Related dates and times remain to be confirmed.
Please, join us to the opening event to vote for the exhibiting artists. (You can name 1 -3 works or artists.)
!Re: Submissions Criterias: for all details, please browse page under call for entries. Thank you.
Jury member’s volunteers
Donations and sponsorship from the general public
are gratefully welcomed in support of this project.
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.
For full details and any
updates regarding this project please contact the gallery
or visit the website, mentioned below.
Gallery contact and address:
Note: All enquiries related to all submissions to be sent only to the following address, please: email@example.com and please c. to : firstname.lastname@example.org (as subject please, mention: ‘miniature show’)
Thank you for your interest.
November 2009 - May 2010
Gallery4allarts -- Art workshops 2009 - 2010
The following Art and Qi Gong workshops will be available at Gallery4allarts venue on Lark Lane, starting with November 2009 and continuing throughout 2010. Please, note that there is a limited space, therefore please, register in advance. Many thanks.
email@example.com (please, mention
as subject ‘workshops’ )
until 30 November 2009
"The Journey of Thought or Meditations"
An exhibition of most recent oil paintings by Nicole Bartos
rhythm and vibration of my work is determined by the
levels of energy and the waves of thought.
to poetry or other writing process, such as calligraphy
(Oriental), inspired at different hours/days or by
different states of mind, some of my work cycles vary
through the working manner and subject, as I try to
express a specific state of mind; painting allows me
to find my ‘inner self’, while wondering
within meditative moments; it takes me on that ‘journey
of thought’... Eventually, I find the true expression
of one single moment.
Bartos, Liverpool based artist, originally from Romania,
has been working 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. As painting styles she admires the works
of Soulages, Zao Wu-Ki, Chagall, some Oriental art
and calligraphy, etc.
2006 Nicole has initiated and developed Gallery4allarts (www.gallery4allarts.com).
(Nicole Bartos, artist & curator, Gallery4allarts)
26 September 2009; text revised 13 October 2009
"Path/ Road to Peace", 2009, N. Bartos
The exhibition presents a selection from the most recent abstract paintings by Liverpool based artist and curator
of Romanian origin, Nicole Bartos. View more details and statement by clicking here.
dates: 26 September – 30 November 2009
times (until further notice):
Many thanks to Rupert and all collective at Lark Lane SMLLCA.
Gallery4allarts is offering: fine art / exhibitions, art and craft workshops, private tuition, poetry evenings and Qi Gong practice for those interested.
All enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
23 - 29 November 2009
Xia Lu - Traditional and Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition
@ Coach House Gallery, Calderstones Park, Liverpool
Open: 10.30am - 4.30pm
Contact: 0151 233 3007
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