Following on from her successful Liverpool exhibition of 2013 entitled ‘Beyond the Brunswick Lock’, there will be a further exhibition of Jan Sear’s work in May/June 2014, largely devoted to art work relating to the docks and locks of Merseyside, with a small amount of material concerning Lark Lane and also the human form.
The exhibition takes place from Friday May 23rd until Sunday June 1st, 11:00am-5:00pm at Lark Lane Community Centre (please enter via the 2nd blue door at the front of the building).
Contact the Community Centre via our contact page for more information.
Jan is a sixty-eight year old artist mostly working in oils and acrylics, who is drawn to the subject matter through being a keen yachtswoman of some twenty-five years’ standing but who is interested in the historical, post-industrial heritage of the area that she loves. She feels the need to make a visual record of both the Liverpool and the Birkenhead docks before they disappear from our landscape; again, architecturally the power and lines of these structures reflects a past of confidence and optimism; and the tones of the brickwork, of the buildings surrounding the docks and the starkness of the cranes set against the skyline engender awe and inspiration.
Jan is also the Secretary of Lark Lane Scribblers which meets regularly at the Community Centre. Click here to find out more about this writing group.