Art For Macmillan's Indoor Market Exhibition commenced on Monday 2nd June and continued until 31st Dec.  The market, with a front entrance on King Street and a rear entrance on Market Street provides a base in which artists, crafters and designers who help raise funds for Macmillan can exhibit their work and give live demonstrations of their talents. The market is conveniently located close to other places  around Southport where our fundraising art demonstrations also take place.


Daniel Adler working on his latest brilliantly intricate and surreal architectural based works



Nancy painting a ceramic train for the Christmas display


Walter Fairclough demonstrating his skills an a master of abstract painting with energy, precision and style


Left: Anne working on a figurative piece. Right: John finishing off a watercolour painting. Great performances by both artists


These were among our favourite Halloween pictures created during art activities for children. In one, Frankenstein's Monster has an amazing lower half and the other features the only portrayal of Dracula - well done

Well done Mani at Elegant Clothing in Southport Indoor Market for such marvelous hand decorating in henna ink. She managed to raise £45 for Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Elegant Clothing has an excellent range of atire to suit both men and women at very reasonable prices. 

Children's drawing and painting activities take place in the market on Saturdaysfrom 10.30am - 3.30pm in return for donations to Macmillan Cancer Support. Materials are provided. Come along and get your pictures on the wall.. 

Art For Macmillan's current diplay of art, craft and design work at Southport Indoor market 

Specialist fabric painter, Annette Bailey arranging a diplay of hand painted silks 

Annette's hanging display of hand painted fabrics 

Ceramics painter, Nancy Mariner and fabric painter Annette Bailey at work in aid of Macmillan outside The Atkinson Art Centre on Lord St. 

Shelves displaying ceramic plates and trays painted by Nancy Mariner  

Watercolour painter Maureen Roche and Abstract floral and landscape painter Walter Fairclough demonstrating their talents outside The Atkinson 

Performance poet Petrova C. Fairhurst expressing wonderfully her outlook and talent as a writer   

One of Art For Macmillan's most valued supporters, Anne, participating in a silk painting demonstration. 

Poet Malcolm Rimmer who came to entertain passers by with his cleverly crafted wording and fantastic wit