Shaw's Art House Cafe
Shaw's Art House Cafe is an independent local Coffee Shop serving Dark Arts Coffee & great homemade foods with 2 large rooms & wall space for local independent artists to exhibit. Situated on Clifton Street in the heart of Blackpool it is an ideal location for the independent arts scene to call home.
Over the last couple of years it has seen a number of exhibitions on display covering many different genres and themes.
Arrested ReDevelopment members Dawn and Kate have overseen the curation and organisation of the exhibitions,with fantastic support from the owners of Shaw's, Yvonne and Ryan.
Exhibitions at Shaw's Art House Cafe
Where The Wind Howls
Exhibition showing photographic works by Blackpool photographer Richard Oughton.
WHERE THE WIND HOWLS
THERE IS A DRAW TO WHERE THE WIND HOWLS
TO WHERE THE SEA LURES YOU
AS THE WIND HOWLS AROUND YOU
THE TASTE OF THE SEA ON YOUR LIPS
IMAGES TAKEN OF THE COAST I CALL HOME
CATCHING CLOUDS AS THEY WONDER OVER HEAD
THIS PLACE I CALL HOME
An Art Exhibition of work from Robin Ross.
'Retrospective' an exhibition of work spanning ten years of works from a master printmaker.
Robin Ross of the Rock Factory Print Studio has triumphed at the BBC, and now he's back on home soil to do what he does best! He is bringing his solo show, 'Retrospective', to Shaws in Clifton Street Blackpool opening on Thursday June 27th until Tuesday 6th August. Do not miss!
A new exhibition by Nataliya Yunda and Miker Art opens March 29 2019 at Shaws ArtHouse Cafe Blackpool. The exhibition features a collection of oil and acrylic paintings, Pen & Ink Tumbles and will be on display until April 9th 2019.
The two artists display their art works in the new local Art Cafe Gallery space that is Shaw's Blackpool.They have transferred their ideas, sensations and emotions to canvas and produced a wonderful exhibition.
Burgers & Noodles
A photographic journey through night street food vendors in Blackpool & Japan.
Burgers and Noodles is an exhibition in response to the recent EAT-Lancet Commissions' report on healthy diets from sustainable food systems. With our series of photographs we hope to make viewers aware of the findings in the report, that there is a need to feed a growing global population a healthy diet thus sustaining a healthy planet. The EAT-Lancet Commission, a three year long project involving scientists from 16 different countries, now provides the first scientific targets for a healthy diet that operates within the planetary boundaries.
Japan ranks second in the world for life expectancy whilst the UK ranks 29th. As photographers Dawn Mander and Marianne van Loo started a discussion about food commenting on each others Instagram photographs. This lead to a collaboration in the form of this photographic exhibition.
Through the juxtaposition of images, this exhibition hopes to be a thought provoking journey in contemporary concerns.
That Was The Year That Was
Blackpool Art House Café Shaw’s is presenting it’s final exhibition of
2018 with a look back at some of the artists who have recently exhibited at the popular town centre eatery alongside some more of the local talent from within the Blackpool’s arts scene.
Ten local artists who have taken over Shaws a local Art Cafe in Blackpool have been named as:
John Marc Allen
Marianne van Loo
Blackpool artist John Marc Allen presents a selection of his artwork as part of the ongoing series of exhibitions at Shaw’s Art House Café in Blackpool.
‘Echoes’ is a retrospective of John’s work from the last 6 years since he started working as The Tangerine Art Company.
The exhibition showcases his work across a number of different mediums including painting, screen print, digital art, and photography.