All our exhibitions are FREE. The Gallery is open: Mon – Fri 10am – 5pm, Sat 10am – 2pm. Closed Sundays & Bank Holidays.

Faces and Places of Halton

Saturday 9 December 2017 – Friday 26 January 2018

Learners across The Grange School community have created a variety of artwork to show the people and places within Halton that they love the most. The exhibition aims to explore everything great about our local community, as well as demonstrating how artwork can be an opportunity for people from 4 to 84 to express themselves and join in.

Throughout this project, learners from The Grange School have worked with local artists and members of the community to develop their skills and develop an appreciation for the wonderfully diverse nature of Halton.


Monday 12 February 2018  – Friday 11 May 2018

Mike Cowley – Photographer and TV cameraman with 25 years experience in the photographic industry and television. Studied Photographic Technology at Manchester Met University. Based in Runcorn, and travelling and working extensively throughout Europe.

“I have always interpreted and recorded the world around me through the medium of photography. I work intuitively; reacting and responding to whatever environment I find myself in. My subject matter is found in a chance reflection, where a shadow or a shaft of light falls, or in an unexpected juxtaposition of shape, colour or texture.

More recently the use of the iPhone camera has inspired a turning point in my practice. I was immediately drawn to the ease of use and instant accessibility of the camera phone. To be able to use a square format has forced me to completely reconsider composition, and explore notions of balance and symmetry. Upon reflection, this format had clearly resonated so strongly with me because of its association with the album covers I loved so much in my youth. These square, graphic images were my introduction to the world of art.

Weaver Community Arts Group

Friday 1 June – Friday 13 July

Weaver Community Arts is a self-help arts group for people with Mental Health Issues.
The group meets weekly and engages with a wide range of art activities, which provides an effective tool on the road back to wellness for the group members.

Murdishaw Arts Co-op

Wednesday 1 August – Friday 21 September

The Murdishaw Art Cooperative meet weekly at Murdishaw Community Centre.
The group host qualified art tutors, go on visits to places of interest and undertake a charity project each year. New members always welcome.