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Encounters Exhibition

By Danny Rolph

Friday 1 December to New Year

Gallery Talk by Danny Rolph: Friday 1 Dec, 11am

Free of Charge

The exhibition shows Danny's dizzying colour palette in his distinctive mixed media on triple wall collages, as well as acrylic on canvas and brand new silk screens made at Worton Hall Studios. Danny will be here for his private view and is also giving a talk at the Gallery on Friday 1 December at 11am. 

World renowned for his multi-layered, abstract, colourful paintings, Danny's seemingly chaotic work reflects the dynamism of his surroundings.  He is inspired by the cities

By Hannah on 14/11/2017

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The Four Seasons Exhibition

Graham Bannister

Painting  - Photography - Installation

Available to purchase online: http://www.ccagalleriesinternational.com/artists/graham-bannister

Anna Gillespie

Sculpture

Helene Nue

Etchings

Exhibition: 2 - 24 November

Workshop: Fri 3 November, 10am - 1pm, £35 per person, materials provided.  Please call 01534 739900 to reserve and pay for your space.

Demonstrations: Sat 4 November, 11am - 4pm

Gallery Talks: Weds 8 & Fri 10, 1pm

Guest Artist: Jasmine Bannister (photography), Sylvie Cambet (Piano recital), Nadine Dupeux (Contemporary Basketry), Jean Pierre Mousquey (Sculpture)

Autumn Trees For Life Newsletter: http://jerseytreesforlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Autumn-Newsletter-2017-8-PAGE.pdf


  A Major exhibition celebrating the magnificence and importance of trees will be filling the

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Friday 3 November

10am - 1pm

Graham Bannister and Sylvie Cambet will be holding a rare workshop at the Gallery on Friday morning.  Places are limited, all materials will be supplied, learn straight from the horses mouth fascinating printing techniques using leaves and other natural dyes. 

£35 per person

RSVP:

Sasha Gibb, Gallery Director

01534 739900

Autumn Trees For Life Newsletter:

http://jerseytreesforlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Autumn-Newsletter-2017-8-PAGE.pdf

By Hannah on 28/10/2017

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The Illusion of Paint

Talk by Louise Cattrell

Monday 6 November, 1pm

Free of Charge

Celebrating her phenomenal first exhibition in Jersey, Louise Cattrell will be returning to Jersey for one day only.  Join us at 1.00 on Monday 6 November when Louise will be discussing her distictive landscapes, as well as her development into the print world. 

By Hannah on 27/10/2017

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Sea, Sky Rock

by Louise Cattrell

Oils, etchings and monoprints of the Scottish Borderlands.

Exhibition: Fri 6 Oct - Thu 26 Oct

Gallery Talks: Thursday 5 & Fri 6 Oct, 1pm

Louise Cattrell has undertaken residencies in Bulgaria, America, Switzerland and the Australian desert, with awards ranging from the John Minton RCA Award to a British Council Fellowship in Sri Lanka. Currently living and working in London, rather than her native Scotland, Louise is well travelled. The direct experience of being physically in the landscape and combining both memory and experience is crucial to what she calls the ‘360 degree’

By Hannah on 25/09/2017

Creating The Fabric of India Exhibition

Special Event Talk by Rosemary Crill of The Arts Society Jersey

Friday 6 October 2017

Doors Open 6pm

Talk Commences 6.45pm

Event Close 8pm

Entrance Fee £12.50

Rosemary Crill retired in 2016 as Senior Curator for South Asia at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, where she is now an Honorary Senior Research Fellow. Over 30 years, she has travelled throughout India and has published widely on Indian textiles and paintings. Her books include Indian Embroidery , Marwar Painting, Indian Ikat Textiles , Chintz: Indian Textiles for the West and most recently The

By Hannah on 01/09/2017

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Unpalatable Truths

by Jonny Briggs

an exhibition of new works produced in Jersey by Jonny Briggs, Arch isle International Photographer in Residence 2017

Exhibition: 8 - 22 September

Gallery Talk: 1pm, Friday 15 September

Born in Berkshire, England Jonny Briggs obtained his MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art. Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4 New Sensations Winner and Foam Talent, Briggs, who was Artist in Residence at Tate Modern in 2016 and is currently in Selfie to Selfie Expression at Saatchi Gallery uses ‘ photography to explore my relationship with deception, the constructed reality of the family, and

By Hannah on 26/07/2017

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Sunken Garden

by Tanja Deman

an exhibition of new works produced in Jersey by Tanja Deman, Arch isle International Photographer in Residence 2017

Exhibition : 8 - 22 September

Gallery Talk : 1pm, Weds 20 September

Born in Croatia Tanja Deman's art is inspired by her interest in physical and emotional perceptions of nature, environment and architecture. Deman’s work, incorporating photography, collage, video, public art and sociological research, are evocative meditations on urban space, landscape and human relationships with nature. Observing the legacy of modernism within the natural landscape, Deman’s images reflect upon the dynamics hidden beneath the surface of

By Hannah on 26/07/2017

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Jersey Seascapes

By Caroline Hall

Paintings on aluminium and board

Exhibition Fri 23 June - 13 July

Caroline Hall is an established artists specialising in painting landscapes.  She moved to St Ouen in Jersey from London with her family in 1977 and spent several years studying and then working in the island before returning to the mainland to train as a BBC reporter.  10 years ago she graduated from Winchester School of Art with a Masters in Painting and was immediately names as an 'artist to watch' by emerging arts specialists degree art.  Since then her career has cone from

By Hannah on 14/06/2017

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Made In Stone

by Mark Guest

(Image: 'Split Ring', portland stone)

Sculpture in Limestone, Marble and Granite

with guest artist Donna Fleming Hall

Paintings in Oil, Charcoal and Graphite

Mark and Donna met whilst studying for a BA Fine Art Degree at KIAD in Canterbury in the mid 90's. Intrigued by the similarity of their work, they have chosen to exhibit alongside eachother for the first time. Both the paintings  and the sculptures are imbued with seascapes and share a likeness in their exploration of form, line, space and curve. Donna's 'Continuous Line Series', whereby a graphite line meanders seemingly

By Hannah on 02/06/2017