Dylan Jones OBE - Joining artiists Rob and Nick Carter on the judging panel for this years Jersey Summer Exhibition.


CCA Galleries International invite visual artists to apply to the third Jersey Summer Exhibition. This year's selection panel is comprised of artists Rob and Nicky Carter,Journalist and GQ Editor Dylan Jones OBE, Sasha Gibb, Gallery Director and Gillian Duke, Managing Director. As well as exhibiting at a prestigious, international gallery, being selected for the CCAI Summer Exhibition has helped launch the careers of promising Jersey artists, as well as enforcing that of those already established. Last year's winner of the Summer Prize - awarded to the artist who the panel agree exhibited the most accomplished piece of work, was painter Katy Brown in her first major exhibition in Jersey for 10 years - a successful joint exhibition at CCA Galleries International with International sculptor Anna Gillespie.

All exhibitors at the Jersey Summer Exhibition are eligble for the Summer Prize. This year we are also working with RURAL Magazine and Signtech to launch the Jersey Landscape Award. This award celebrates the Jersey lanscape. Landscapes that have been selected for the Jersey Summer Exhibition will be eligible and thewinning entry agreed by Sean Gueg, Alastair Best, Charles Alluto, Mike Stentiford, Robert Perchard, Alasdair Crosby and Sasha Gibb.

The CCA Galleries International is known for bringing internationally esteemed artists to Jersey and making their work more accessible through the sale of limited edition prints and hosting artist performances, discussions and workshops. The Jersey Summer Exhibition developed through the growing apetite for high quality, curated, visual art Jersey.The exhibition launched in 2017, with over 120 artists applying to taket. All work for sale is hung and curated by CCA Galleries Int. The work genrally sells to collectors from Ireland, Scotland , Germany and the UK as well as the enthusiastic locals.

The application deadline is Tuesday 12 March. All work should be submitted digitally in the first instance, together with an application form and fee (£15 per art work)Application form, terms and conditions are through this website.

If an artist's work is selected, they will be asked to submit actual work for the final judging process on 25 April. If work is chosen to join the Summer Exhibition, it will be exhibited and for sale in the gallery this summer (20 June- 26 June) All visual art forms are welcome, including original prints, paintings , drawings, architecture, sculpture, film and photography. We accept applications form artists with links to the island who may be working elsewhere as well as well as locals. CCA Galleries International offer advice on framing and pricing to successful applicants.

Gallery Director, Sasha Gibb says ‘ After a very successful two years, we’re delighted to be working with Channel Island artists once again and to be taking their work to a new audience. We are grateful for the unwavering support of our partners and sponsors TEAM Asset Management’



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