This display showcases some of the many art works that The Friends of Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service has helped us to acquire, through their fundraising activities, over the years.
Jann Haworth’s sewn cloth soft sculptures refer to typically American Pop themes such as fast food, film stars, cheerleaders, cowboys and comics.
Inspiration for the work on show comes from a variety of jazz sources such as classic album covers, music titles, musicians and instruments.
The contemporary photographer and installation artist Vered Lahav has created six new artworks premiered at Wolverhampton Art Gallery in her solo exhibition Sleepless.
Lightning creates a dramatic sense of anticipation, waiting for the next bolt to strike.
This exhibition held in the gallery’s contemporary atrium shows Chinese Glass from Qing dynasty and 21st Century.
Wolverhampton’s African Caribbean Community Panel (ACCP) have created work in response to 60th Anniversary of Motown.
Having worked for the Express & Star Newspaper for over 10 years, chief photographer Gavin Dickson presents a series of diverse portraits of the many colourful characters that make up the City of Wolverhampton.
This year, Wolverhampton Society of Artists return to the Art Gallery to present their work to the public during their biennial exhibition.
Andrew McDonald explores animation through moving drawings.