Liam Ainscough

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Ainscough's latest work experiments with the manipulation of imagery, scale, reality, humour and viewer participation; gauging whether this alters perceptions of the subject matter “Glorification of War”. Underpinning this is the subtext of the indoctrination of children through toys, primarily Airfix soldiers and model kits, the influence for this theme came from Malcom Morley’s links between art, toys and nostalgia.


2016 Rough Edges, BA Degree Show, University of Bolton, UK

2016 Best of Bolton Fine Art, Castle Park Forum of Young Art Space, Paderborn, Germany

2014 to be lost is to be free, Bolton Parish Church, Bolton, UK


2016 NADFAS (National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies) Fine Art Award for most promising artist

2016 Neo 12 weeks Residency Art Prize


2011 – 2016 BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Bolton, Bolton, UK

1992 – 1993 Art Foundation, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK