About Us

The Amorous Cat Gallery is essentially a community art gallery showcasing the work of local Merseyside artists. We can be found in the popular Lark Lane area of Liverpool close to Sefton Park. The gallery is part of a community embracing cafes, restaurants and small businesses.


We are also pleased to host five thriving studios: Simon Banks, a print specialist; Ruth Burnley, who up-cycles  furniture, Phil and Steve (East Street Concrete Creations) who produce concrete sculptures and a range of interesting artifacts; Ron Sear - general repairs; and Jan Sear’s art studio.

A Little Break for Us

The Amorous Cat Gallery will be closed from Monday, September 6th until 2.00p.m.  on Friday 10th September. The studios used by our artist will be in normal use.

A New Gallery Room

We are pleased to announce that a smallish room on the first floor of our gallery has been converted into new gallery space to allow more local artists to display their work.

The following artists have joined the project and are most welcome: Andy Smith, Sandra Serrano, Hazel Burrett, Lewis Heaton, Steve Bayley, Peter Cameon and Rosy Rea Smith.

A section of the room has been allocated to Ruth Burnley for the display and sale of her beautiful up-cycled furniture. Ruth has had a studio in the gallery for the last two years.

Many thanks to you all for allowing us such a wide range of work to now be displayed.

We are now stocking Katy Gardner's and Susanna Graham-Jones's book.

A Radical Practice in Liverpool: the rise, fall and rise of Princes Park Health Centre'

We are please to say that Katy and Susanna's book is available from the gallery for £9.99. Please phone or eMail to reserve a copy.

Book Signing - On Sunday 26th between 2.30and 5 p.m. Katy Gardner will hold a book signing in the Gallery relating to her co-authored book: A Radical Practice in Liverpool: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Princes Park Health Centre. Do call to either purchase a copy or have your existing copy signed.

Visit Lark Lane

When you visit the Amorous Cat Gallery take a walk down Lark Lane and experience one of the most interesting streets in Liverpool