EXHIBITIONS

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LINDSEY JEAN MCLEAN
'PINING'

24th May - 14th June 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘Pining’ an online solo exhibition by Lindsey Jean McLean. Miniature women dance across their own canvases, their naked bodies exploring the lush surroundings promoting sensuality and the experience of touch.  They dominate the space with a wilderness curiosity, sharing with us their delight as their bodies meld into the landscape around them; entwined in the pines, wading through a stream, surfacing between rocks.

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LIZ CROSSFIELD
'AS THOUGH I HAD WINGS'

15th March - 5th April 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘As Though I Had Wings’ an online solo exhibition by Liz Crossfield. Layered abstract marks with spring-like colouring lay the foundations for Crossfield’s beautiful canvases. Detectible paintings run amok with expressive mark-making and a rich vibrancy. Full of wonderment and curiosity, the artist takes the viewer onto a journey, seeing the world through her extraordinary lens.

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ELEANOR MCCAUGHEY
'BRED IN THE BONE, OUT IN THE FLESH'

8th February - 1st March 2021

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘Bred in the bone, out in the flesh’ an online solo exhibition by Eleanor McCaughey. Working across mediums, the exhibition will feature an installation, painting, drawing, video, sound and sculpture. Weaving these formats together, McCaughey creates a new visual language which deals with themes of belonging, displacement, loss of faith, theological and cosmic notions.

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DAMIEN CIFELLI
'TAROGRAMMA'

1st - 30th October 2022

Liminal Gallery, 34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a permanent gallery space in Margate. The debut exhibition will be ‘Tarogramma’ with London-based, Scottish artist Damien Cifelli. Cifelli’s work explores the fictional realm of Tarogramma; a civilisation which in parts is comfortingly familiar yet wildly bizarre in their peculiarities. The canvases feature tight, flat realism combined with a daringly bold palette while referencing historical paintings, sculptures and museum artefacts. Cifelli approaches his work as a traveller, or archaeologist, piecing together recounts, relics and memorabilia to present an overall sense of the mythical world which could be an afterlife, an alien civilisation, a parallel world disrupted by the flutter of a butterfly's wing, a dream, or completely fictitious. 

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GROUP EXHIBITION
'I TOOK MY POWER IN MY HAND'

4th - 13th March 2022

1 Bilton Square, Margate, CT9 1EE

‘I took my Power in my Hand’ is the debut physical exhibition by Liminal Gallery, featuring the works of Mafalda Figueiredo, Alexis Soul-Gray, Olivia Strange and Henrietta Armstrong. Spanning painting, sculpture and mixed media works, the all femme exhibition centres on reclamation of ones Power. Each of the artists have been selected due to their powerful practice; thought provoking artworks which take space unabashedly. Kindly sponsored by Old Dairy Brewery, the exhibition forms a Fringe Event for Power of Women Festival, taking place across Thanet and supports local female creatives.

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DAMIEN FLOOD
'FLOWER PAINTINGS'

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OLIVIA STRANGE
'THE PLEASURES WE FEEL'

19th April - 10th May 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘The Pleasures We Feel’ an online solo exhibition by Olivia Strange. Witch-like talons, breasts, tentacles and oysters intermingle in Strange’s multi-disciplinary works, celebrating the physicality of touch and engaging new dialogues around queer sensuality and sexuality. They hinge on a sense of intimacy and desire, the deliciously edible and the grotesque.

LENA BRAZIN
'TIME LOOPS'

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DAVID SHILLINGLAW
'EVERYTHING CONNECTED'

23rd November - 14th December 2021

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present 'Everything Connected' an online solo exhibition by David Shillinglaw. Featuring a new series of collages, the exhibition continues the artists exploration of the natural world. In particular mycelium or the 'mushroom internet' , which provides an underground mass branch network allowing trees and plant life to communicate with one another. The collages are a patchwork of paper and fabric, energetically glued and sewn together celebrating imperfections and moments of failure alongside flourishing beauty.

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ALEXIS SOUL-GRAY
'NO PLACE LIKE HOME'

19th October - 9th November 2021

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

‘No Place Like Home’ is an online solo exhibition by Alexis Soul-Gray featuring 3 new original works, spanning the breadth of the artists current mediums of choice; collage, drawing, printmaking and painting. The works continue the artists exploration of grief, loss, memory, nostalgia and the family unit within a harmonious balance of abstraction and figuration.

 

Using scenes of domesticity from wide ranging sources such as knitting patterns and vintage ephemera, the artist questions notions of motherhood and home. Yet her works are warm, reclaiming the lost characters, releasing them into a new contemporary future. These figures appear softly, tarnished with the decay of passing time, both nostalgic and raw.

 

‘No Place Like Home’ runs on our website from 19th October-9th November 2021.

4th - 25th January 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘Flower Paintings’ an online solo exhibition by Damien Flood. As the title aptly suggests, the exhibition will feature a series of three flower paintings, however Flood’s paintings are never quite so simple. Flitting between figuration and abstraction, done and undone, the comprehensible and the unreadable, the painterly mark-making dances across the canvas’ leading the viewer onto a contemporary reinterpretation of a traditional subject.

 

‘No Place Like Home’ runs on our website from 4th - 25th January 2022.

10th - 31st August 2021

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

BENJI THOMAS
'I'M NOT MUCH GOOD, CHARLIE'

6th - 27th July 2021

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

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Liminal Gallery is delighted to present 'Time Loops', an online solo exhibition featuring original works focussed on human emotion and experience. Brazin’s figurative paintings explore the seen and the unseen with an attempt to materialise immateriality, to reflect the fullness of human existence. 

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MAFALDA FIGUEIREDO
'THE VEIL THAT VEILS THE MOON'

1st - 22nd June 2021
3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present the first in a series of online solo exhibitions entitled 3 Works for 3 Weeks. 
‘The Veil That Veils The Moon’ is a digital solo exhibition of 3 original artworks by Mafalda Figueiredo, which will run for just 3 weeks. A new artwork will be released each week, accompanied by text and detail images, to encourage a slower and more comprehensive look at the artworks. The exhibition invites collectors to get intimate and build a personal connection with the artwork before purchase.

Visit the Online Viewing Room now.

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present Benji Thomas' ‘I’m Not Much Good, Charlie’, an online solo exhibition which forms part of an ongoing series 3 Works For 3 Weeks. The exhibition will feature a carefully curated selection of just 3 original artworks which will be featured for 3 weeks, to encourage a slower and more comprehensive look at the artworks.

 

Benji Thomas captures fleeting moments in his everyday surroundings which are full of energy and wonder. He currently works with the common coloured pencil and has a fascination with portrayals of light, layering soft pencil marks to produce incredibly illuminating scenes.  

 

‘I’m Not Much Good, Charlie’ runs on our website from 6-27 July 2021, visit the Online Viewing Room now.

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GROUP EXHIBITION
'INSTRUCTIONS FOR WAITING'

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Liminal Gallery is delighted to present their debut exhibition ‘Instructions For Waiting’ curated by Louise Fitzjohn.

 

2020 was the year we all waited. In a rare moment, the world stood still and life as we knew it was paused. As we continue to wait, Liminal Gallery asked artists to provide their Instructions For Waiting, instructions scribbled on a Post-It Note which viewers are encouraged to practice at their own leisure. These Instructions may be positive affirmations, a call to action, an activity; the exhibition aims to ease your pain in waiting and, at the very least, to pass some time before the wait finally comes to an end.