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Fri, Jun 07



Wirral Open Studios 2024 _ Studio 30

The biggest free arts event on the Wirral returns this year on 8th-9th June, and the 14th Wirral Open Studio Tour is set to be the best yet with an amazing 99 artists opening 53 studios right across the peninsula.

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Wirral Open Studios 2024 _ Studio 30
Wirral Open Studios 2024 _ Studio 30

Time & Location

Jun 07, 2024, 6:00 PM – Jun 09, 2024, 5:00 PM

Hoylake, Rudd St, Hoylake, Wirral CH47, UK

About the event

We are open from 10am-5pm on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th June, and  from 6pm-9pm on Friday 7th June so you can get a head start!

We are hosting 3 artists:

Alison Butler

I enjoy working in a variety of mediums and experimenting with different techniques and tools. Through my original artworks I am currently exploring my emotional response to life events and my environment. I like to use layers of collage, paint and ink to capture my emotions and to give texture and depth to my work.

My digital pieces focus more on the local landscape, the starting point for many of these are my photographs, which I then sketch and scan into the computer. I then add colour and detail.  Through my digital work I want to capture the beauty of our landscape, share it with the viewer.

Daniel Meaken

I have been executing and selling my paintings for more than 30 years since the age of 15. In 1999 I was awarded my MA in European Fine Art in Barcelona where I continued to live and execute my work as a professional artist painter for 20 years.  I continue to sell my paintings internationally in art fairs, solo and collective exhibitions, and to private collectors. In 2022 I relocated to Wirral where I work from my home studio overlooking West Kirby Marine Lake, which has been inspiring for my seascapes and coastal paintings.

Renowned artists such as Antoni Tàpies and Robert Rauschenberg have influenced my artistic practice by their use of found materials, textures and collage, and painters such as David Hockney and Friedensreich Hundertwasser for their use of colour and form.  Artists such as these inspire me when exploring ideas for new paintings. Like Rauschenberg, I like upcycling, from everyday objects to discarded furniture, sampling with mixed media.

Linda Wilson

I’ve always had a love of art and the emotions it evokes. I recently started to paint again using acrylics on canvas with brushes and palette knives. I’m inspired by the beauty surrounding us and try to capture atmosphere in a seascape or landscape. I also love to paint portraits with a contemporary approach, attempting to convey the spirit of the subject.

I’m still exploring and experimenting with styles and materials and I’m keen to progress my work and engage people. My development as a painter is proving to be an unpredictable but exciting journey.

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