ROAD Studios is an artist led organisation that has served as a creative hub within the heart of Liverpool since 2012. The studio aims to act as a base for individual creative practice, whilst actively cultivating a supportive artistic network that nurtures the growth and development of its members.
As an established community, ROADies past and present are meticulously interwoven within the Liverpool art scene. Believing in a non-insular approach, ROAD acts as a gateway for broader collaborative projects and connections, instigating opportunities for both internal and external artists to benefit from their platform.
We think that by facilitating in the strength and sustainability of an artist’s foundations, the further down the road their journey will take them. Honestly, we are like the M6 services of art studios.


Breaking News : Road Artist solo show, Spectrum

Saturday 4th July 2020
Total Recall Vintage Liverpool.which means OUTPUT gallery will be open…

so go down and see her show,
32 Seel St, Liverpool, L1 4BE
(next to the Kazimier Gardens)
Open 11-6pm daily during exhibitions

Spectrum was effected by  lockdown!


MothStice 𝙎𝙪𝙣𝙙𝙖𝙮 21𝙨𝙩 𝙅𝙪𝙣𝙚 2020
Free on 𝗧𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗰𝗵 𝗧𝗩!! 6-8 PM

Featuring a selection of Live art performances , Video, Music and Drawing A live show airing –
The show will be a moth lead cornucopia of the creative variety.

The theme this time is’𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙈𝙤𝙩𝙝 𝘾𝙮𝙘𝙡𝙚’ – Emily Meghan Lansley and Alex Germain
Featuring  Road  artist  new  works by  Tony Knox , Rob  Flynn , Lois Tierney,  Lauren Masterson

Bottom  left  -“Oh Broother where Art Thou Lamp”   By Lois Tierney

Bottom Right – Moth Crab by Lauren Masterson 
“Did you know if a hermit crab spends too long in its shell then it develops penchant for LÄMP”

Lois Tierney

LightNight at Home Online with Road

Join us in solidarity with artists and follow the hashtag #LightNightatHome on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram from 5pm on Friday 15 May 2020.

ROAD Studios present ROAD away from Home a series of 1 minute videos of ROAD studio members creating art away from their studio home.
Instagram: @road_studios

light night 2020
mothman ightnight Liverpool 2020

Get creative with artist and illustrator Lois Tierney!
Every Saturday, 2pm-3.30pm
You are invited to join these workshops run by me, Liverpool-based artist and activist Lois Tierney! she will be running workshops throughout  July 2020 online for yous to enjoy!

The workshops include:

4th July – Mark making
11th July – Still life
18th July – Exquisite corpse
25th July – Sign-making (Pride edition!)

Just a few things to add: The workshops will run for 1hr 30mins each. Please book your ticket using the ticket link above!
I recommend that you arrive 15 minutes prior to the start time and wait in the Zoom waiting room.

Please be aware that only 12 spaces are available for each workshop, so try and book your tickets as early as possible so you don’t miss out!
The link to the webinar will be sent in email 1 day before the session,
and the password to the session we will be sending a few hours before the start time for extra security.

A list of materials needed will be emailed to each ticket holder 3 days prior before the workshop takes place. For example, if someone books a place on the sign-making workshop, they will receive a list of the materials needed as well as free downloadable templates for the participants to print out and colour in as part of their placard!
Please note that to be able to lead the workshops successfully, the participants will be muted during the tutorials and will be able to ask questions once that tutorial is over. This event is listed in UK time (GMT+0100) but will be available in other time zones. Please make sure to arrive on time for your time zone.Please make sure to mark emails from the Eventbrite to avoid our email with the link to your booked workshop going to your spam folder.
I look forward to seeing you all soon!

Road studio in Based in the Baltic Triangle  
3 Mann St,
L8 5AF.

studio Overview

Creative Team

Tony Knox

Tony Knox


Sasha Spyrou

Sasha Spyrou


Robert Flynn

Robert Flynn