Drawing with Coal: Liverpool to Silesia, Liverpool Exhibition
14th September – 12th October, All Day, Editions Gallery, 16 Cook Street, Liverpool, L2 9RF
Drawing with Coal: Liverpool to Silesia
Art Exhibition in Liverpool
“Drawing with coal: Liverpool to Silesia,” is an exhibition that beautifully captures the artistic exchange between two historically and culturally rich regions – Liverpool and Silesia.
This exhibition features the works of two talented Liverpool-born artists Jordan L Rodgers (known as Węglowy Artysta) and Paul Romano, forging a path of artistic tradition and celebrating cross-cultural dialogue.
Featured Artist: Jordan L Rodgers
Jordan L Rodgers, known by the pseudonym Węglowy Artysta, is a British contemporary artist renowned for his unique approach to exploring the theme of coal.
Originally from Liverpool, England, he has since found inspiration and established his artistic practice in the vibrant city of Katowice, Poland. His artistic journey has been heavily influenced by his personal experiences and encounters with the industrial region of Silesia, renowned for its rich industrial heritage.
A graduate in Fine Art (Digital New Media, Contemporary Art History, Curatorship) at Lancaster University, First-Class Honours, 2012. Jordan’s work has been exhibited in selected group and solo shows and published in national and international art magazines and websites, including the Aesthetica Art Prize, and the 100 Contemporary Artists Anthology, Jerwood Drawing Prize and International film festivals.
Featured Artist: Paul Romano
An established artist working in Liverpool, a graduate in Fine Art at Wirral Metropolitan College 1999.
Paul’s current work features ‘Elements of the Fleeting’ encountered by Paul during the course of his day, through the use of collage and mixed media, which is ever-present within his unique artwork, again which become more significant components of his new pieces.
Some paintings are inspired by Paul’s fascination with ancient sites symbols, interspersed with colours, and found objects present in his daily environment.
Paul has exhibited nationally and internationally, with many of his pieces in the hands of private collectors around the globe.
We look forward to your presence at this art exhibition and to share in the appreciation of Liverpool and Silesia. It promises to be an evening filled with art, conversation, and inspiration.
Should you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Jordan Rodgers at: email@example.com
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