WELCOME TO MUSEUM OF WEARABLE WORKS
Aware Of Where You Wear
Established in 2021 by Ella Mock, Museum of Wearable Works is a showcase of experimental fine art, exhibiting a range of incredible and unique works of art from a range of artists. Each year, the gallery hosts a number of exhibitions, programmes, and events that help bring the general public closer to the wonderful world of art. Read on to learn about special exhibitions and artists we showcase.
OUR CURRENT EXHIBITIONS
WHO WEARS WHAT
January 5, 2024
This collection exhibits 'all my lovely ladies' that inspire and help in the production of works in other exhibitions. They are the foundations in my work, and the catalyst for many ideas shown in the museum.
March 6, 2021
Shells is a collection of uniquely designed female torso sculptures, each symbolizing a deep and important message personal to the artist who creates them. The sculptures are composed of a variation of paper and glue, collaged together to produce a bold and impactful impression on the audience.
October 27, 2020
This collection shows off artists work that extends past a conventional way of displaying work in a gallery. It shows a wide range of ways artwork can be displayed. It also shows the importance of interactive art and, how art needs to connect with an audience and not just be hidden away in a museum.
March 17, 2021
SHE SHIRTS is a collection of tops made by and about women. They express important and topical issues that need to be more widely discussed. Click the link to explore further.
March 16, 2021
A collection of black and white works, exploring the female form and body in harsh and real images.
WHAT OTHERS ARE WEARING
March 18, 2021
This collection shows works from other amazing and talented artists and their interpretation on what a ‘wearable work of art’ is. Explore their work and broaden your mind to how art can be worn and produced.
"Creativity takes courage"
Fine Art Semester Two
Here is a link to my art blog I produce and create alongside my website. It has additional information about pieces of work, and the everyday influences that inspire the pieces I produce.
Please feel free to take a look and share, comment, like or type questions about the posts I have made.
Liverpool, L77JG, UK