Local artists Sean Webster opens new studio in Liverpool
4 years ago
Sean Webster is the artists behind some of Liverpool’s most vibrant street art
Illustrator/Mural Artist of The Liverpool Dragon and the Edge Lane Beatles, Sean Webster, has recently opened up his brand new studio in the new creative hub in Liverpool, Merseymade.
MerseyMade was set up as a unique space highlighting the creative talent that we have on Merseyside. The building, located steps away from John Lewis and the bus station in L1, is now home to 10 artists who work and sell from their studios.
Alongside the studios and retail space there is a unique café open to all. The Gordon Smith café offers a relaxing space to unwind or catch up with friends and enjoy some fresh cake made in Merseymade’s kitchen.
You can also find a fantastic shop featuring 35+ local, indepdent artists/creators selling their work, and in addition to that, Merseymade has an event space located on it’s top floor.
Talking about his work Sean says “We live in a scary, sometimes dark world, and my aim is to add a splash of colour to it. To brighten someone’s day up, take them on a magical journey, bring a smile to their face through my work.
The colour in my artwork is something a lot of people love about it. From picture books to murals to quirky gifts to the wildest paintings you could possibly think of, I make sure that all of them are bursting with the most vibrant colours possible.”
You can find Sean in his studio with all new work, mainly focused around animals/Liverpool/The Beatles, so pop down to Merseymade, grab a warm drink, and explore this new, creative hub in the heart of our city.