LEARN TO SEE/LEARN TO DRAW Colette Lilley 16th November till 3rd January 2018  5 Bold Place, Liverpool, L1 9DN Art In Windows are happy to announce their second exhibition in 5 Bold Place,  LEARN TO SEE/LEARN TO DRAW is an exhibition by the Liverpool-based artist Colette Lilley. The exhibition displayed  in the widows, from street view, are works which are part of  Colette’s journey as she explores the process of drawings from the perception that ‘It’s

October 13, 2017

Getting #LOST17

Liverpool Open Studios  2017 On the 14th of October my up and coming exhibition, with Art In Windows, LEARN TO SEE/EARN TO DRAW will be previewed for one day only, as part of Lost17, Liverpool Open Studios, where studios across Liverpool will be opening their doors to visitors. My exhibition which was originally scheduled for 14.10.17-11.11.17, shall now continue at a late date due for unforeseen circumstances. I am also taking part in #LOST17 with my studio Arena Studios
I would like to invite you to view my first solo exhibition, ‘Learning to see, the act of drawing’ with the O Gallery. “The O Gallery is an inspiring new online gallery exhibiting original artwork by emerging and mid-career artists.” The work in this exhibition follows my journey and exploration of learning to see, through the act of drawing. The exhibition runs from Friday 15th of September till 23rd October 2017 and can be viewed at O

September 10, 2017

Art In Windows 

I have been working with an a number of artists to bring art to the streets of Liverpool, through the new arts organisations Art In Windows. Art In Windows is the brain child of,  and developed through the work of artist Adrian Jean’s, who aims to be: ‘Placing art in Windows in Liverpool to benefit all.’ Art in Windows is a small organisation that works with landlords and artists to commission and curate temporary and permanent artworks
I would like to invite you to the ‘On-site: The Plasterer’ Exhibition at The Dead Pigeon Gallery. The exhibition runs from the 7th – 14th September, open to the public from 1 pm till 6 pm daily, with a private view on the 7th 2017, 6 pm – 9 pm, all are welcome. The exhibition was created in response to the first year of Coming Home, an organisation who are collaboratively addressing the issue of