Horizons; Future Spaces

Horizons introduces young aspiring artists to new skills and ways of thinking. Throughout the sessions there is an emphasis on exploration, experimentation, fun and play. 

 Over 8 sessions Convenience Gallery (Andy & Ryan), will work with 4 professional artists to work with young people aged 14-18. The aims within the project are to explore large scale painting and mural techniques and styles with the end outcome of the sessions being the creation of participants own large scale painting and public artwork. Focusing on street art, murals, and experimental painting.Participants will have the opportunity to learn from our professional artists and exhibit their work at the end. 

The artists they will work with are Georgemma Hunt, Jason Hollis, Millie Toyin Olateju & Andy Wolfenden. 

 The project is being delivered by Convenience Gallery in a partnership with the Open Door Charity. There are 12 places available and access is free. 

 To get involved please email conveniencegallery@outlook.comStart date: 07.06.21 6pm Location: Bloom Building, CH41 5FQ. Or fill in the contact form at the bottom of this page and we will send you a sign up form. 

Artists involved

All four of the artists involved with this project are prominent artists throughout the Merseyside region, whose work you can see across areain large public spaces and galleries. Specialising in painting, mural, street artand design each artist has unique skillsets they will share across the project.

Millie Toyin-Olateju

Millie makes abstract paintings and drawings that playfully explore colour, shape and texture. Millie likes to let go of any expectations and be guided by the process ofmaking. Inspirations of theirs include the music they listen to, psychedelia, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Georgemma Hunt:

Georgemma is a free-lance artist and architect in training. She lives in Liverpool where she continues to paint alongside her work with Studio MUTT architects. After years without picking up a brush, she rediscovered her love for colour in late 2018 when painting murals in Los Angeles. Often only having a pen to hand, she has learnt to integrate her mistakes into her drawings, resulting in her simplified figures and graphic painting style. Working with acrylic on unstretched canvas, her colour palettes and subject matter reveal her enthusiastic outlook on modern life and nature.

Andrew Wolfenden

Andrew is a multidisciplinary graphic designer whose main practices are design for print, editorial and promotional design, typography, printmaking and illustration. With a focus on bold graphic shapes and font.

Jason Hollis

Jason work is largely inspired by geometric forms and shapes within rocks, crystals and minerals. Jasons practice spans stone sculpture, painting and murals.

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