Saturday, 27 February 2016

The re-opening of the Seagrass art Gallery (part 2) - Other Makers

In the first post about the reopening of the Seagrass Gallery in West Kirby, I showed you the work of the Gallery owner, Jo Smith. This post is about some of the other artist/maker's work available from the Gallery.

Dennis Spicer is a Wirral based artist and has work in the permanent collection of the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead, and in the collection of Hammersmith Borough Council in London, 

You can find out more about Dennis' paintings on his website

Daffodils and Blue Coffee Pot (appologies for the wonky photo.


Barbara Meynell paints on silk for scarves, ties and she makes batik paper. 
You can find more of her work on her website 

Mary Bryning is an artist who creates these beautiful textile maps of the local area.  
You can find more of her work and her husband's art (his cat drawing are beautiful) on their website

Birkenhead Docks
Helen Smith works in glass, print and stitch.
You can find more of her work on her website

Marion Roberts is an occasional artist and a maker of beautiful things out of felt.
You can out more about her work on her website

Felted light vessels

 Mechart makes fabulous items from recycled bits of metal, included bits and pieces of cars etc.

You can out more about his art on his website

Alison Bailey Smith is an artist that creations fabulous things using recycled materials, including the earring pictured below.
Pop over to her Facebook page to find out more.

There are more artists with work available at the Gallery, so if you're in the area, 1 Acacia Grove, West Kirby, Wirral, pop in for a look around.

The next post will be the second in the 'Putting on the Glitz' series.

You can see the first post by following this link