New exhibition launches at dot-art gallery

AEROSOL is the third exhibition at the new dot-art Gallery and launches on Friday 15th July 2016. It features work by three Liverpool based artists whose work employs the use of spray paint; David AndrewsJessica Arrowsmith-Stanley andNathan Pendlebury and explores the range of styles, imagery and subjects encompassed by the medium.

The gallery, which is off Castle Street in Liverpool’s commercial district, opened in February 2016 and has already hosted exhibitions showcasing experimental photography and visual love letters to Liverpool, now aims to bring work which may look more at home on the city streets than an art gallery, to the attention of the public.

United through their shared expertise of mixed media, the exhibition showcases abstracts, landscapes and graphical artworks created with spray paint by the three featured artists. Influenced by the medium’s movement, style, culture and function, expect bold, vibrant and contemporary compositions ranging from paintings to screen-prints to typography.

AEROSOL Live at REX, Bold Street
Watch exhibition artist Jessica Arrowsmith-Stanley create a cityscape artwork at 
REX on Bold Street between Thursday 14 July – Saturday 16 July. Jessica will be composing the piece over 3 days in the display window at REX between 12pm – 3pm. Watch an original artwork being created and track her progress with #AEROSOL16Tweet your images to @dotart & @RexLiverpool

Brand new original and limited edition artworks will be available to buy from each of the artists throughout the exhibition.

AEROSOL is part of #BiennialFringe 2016, an independent event facilitated by The Double Negative that will run alongside Liverpool Biennial 2016.

Exhibition continues: Friday 15 July – Saturday 3 September
VISIT: Monday – Saturday10:00 – 18:00

Address: 14 Queen Avenue, Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 4TX.

Web: Phone: 0345 017 6660 / Email:

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