Liverpool Art Book Launch

Tuesday 22nd October 2019
18:30 - 20:00 at Waterstones, Liverpool

Join us on Tuesday 22nd October as we host the launch of 'The Liverpool Art Book: The City Through the Eyes of its Artists'.

The Liverpool Art Book is a tribute to one of the UK's most iconic cities. An impressive artistic collection taking the reader on a tour through the colourful spirit of Liverpool and its history: inspired by its vibrant, modern buildings, its statues of icons such as the Beatles and Cilla Black, and its majestic skyline. Liverpool's very own artists highlight its beauties in the most unique way.

There will be a talk from the books editor and publisher, as well as artists work on display. Lots of time for networking, and there will be refreshments served.

"Any book about my home town Liverpool is bound to tickle my fancy but this idea of different artists' interpretations puts a special angle to this great city that I love" - Sir Paul McCartney

"If you love Liverpool then you'll love this wonderful book" - Paul O'Grady

"Vibrant, edgy, full of life... this book's a fitting tribute like no other" - Jane Garvey, award-winning presenter of Radio 4's Woman's Hour

"A visual love letter to a beautiful city" - Stephen McGann, actor, Dr Turner in Call the Midwife

"This book has so many wondefully creative images of my hometown - love it!" - Gerry Marsden MBE

"Inspiration is everywhere, nowhere more so, than on the streets of Liverpool, now captured within the pages of this brilliant book" - Shaun Evans, actor, Endeavour

Liverpool Waterstones, Liverpool
Tuesday 22nd October 2019
18:30 - 20:00

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