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Thin Places

Thin Places reveal themselves in moments of solitude, where there is mystery in the landscape and nature. In this group exhibition, a printmaker, a photographer and a painter share their emotional responses to the liminal landscape and invite us to connect with our own ‘thin’ spaces.

Alistair Tucker
Donalda O’Neill
Eli Pascall-Willis

Thursday 16th May – Saturday 22nd June
Thursday – Saturday 10am – 4pm


Alistair Tucker

“My work looks to explore such excellence, grandeur and beauty, which so often inspires a response. The effects of weather upon the extremities of land are often variable and change quickly. I love the way in which wind, cloud and rain change the light and therefore the form of the landscape. Light in a landscape has become my predominant preoccupation…”

Donalda O’Neill

Donalda O’Neill is from Northern Ireland. She moved to Liverpool in 1997 to study Fine Art and now lives and works on the Wirral. Her current work explores landscapes in and around where she grew up.

She says about her work “I relate to the idea of the ‘sublime’ in that being in the Irish landscape is a particular sensory experience I don’t feel anywhere else…”

Eli Pascall-Willis

Eli Pascall-Willis is a professional photographer living and working on the Wirral peninsula. His varied career in photography has included landscapes, commercial architecture and fine art printing. It is his passion for producing prints that by far stands out the most for him. His limited edition prints are collected internationally.

Eli’s fascination for trees comes from early memories as a child living in Mid-Wales, exploring, climbing and making dens. He now seeks to further understand woodland habitats and capture their essence…