‘CCAI’ is known for its’ longstanding and real relationships with the artists it works with. Whether this is mentoring and supporting local artists through the Jersey Summer Exhibition or working and collaborating with International artists and Royal Academicians at Worton Hall Studios. This enables us to bring rare and important work and the artists that make it to a Jersey audience.
1 May- 7 June John Hoyland: Scatter the Devils silkscreen, etchings and aquatint by one of Britain’s leading non-figurative painters of his generation. The exhibition is accompanied by the book of the same name by curator, critic and author Andrew Lambirth.
“Paintings are there to be experienced, they are events. They are also to be meditated on and to be enjoyed by the senses; to be felt through the eye.” John Hoyland
5 May- 7 June Sir Peter Blake: Found Art accessible limited edition prints by the ‘Godfather of British Pop Art’, Sir Peter Blake from 2005 – 2020.
“For me, pop art is often rooted in nostalgia: the nostalgia of old, popular things. And although I’m also continually trying to establish a new pop art, one which stems directly from our time, I’m always looking back at the sources of the idiom and trying to find the technical forms that will best recapture the authentic feel of folk pop.” Peter Blake
18 June -26 July
& Sat, 19 June, 11.00 – 16.00 Jersey Summer Exhibition
Five years ago the gallery launched the Jersey Summer Exhibition, in response to a growing appetite for good quality, curated local work. The exhibition is modelled on the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London and works with a panel of respected International artists to select and curate a selling exhibition of local work in Jersey. This year boasted an all-time high of 272 entries across painting, print, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography and film.
The 2021 judging panel are painter and printmaker Chris Orr, MBE, RA, Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves), comedian, writer and artist as well as Gillian Duke, Worton Hall Studios and CCA and Sasha Gibb CCAI.
The Rural Jersey Land and Seascape Award
Land and seascapes that have been selected for the Jersey Summer Exhibition are eligible for the RURAL Jersey Landscape Award. The award is sponsored BCR Law and partnered with National Trust for Jersey, CCAI and RURAL Magazine to celebrate the Jersey coast and landscape.
Talks, discussions and events this summer include:
Dates tbc Marcus Binney OBE in discussion with artist Graham Byfield
Marcus Binney is well known as a historian and writer. As well as numerous books, he has written for many years for ‘Country Life’ and ‘The Times’. He is the founder and chairman of ‘SAVE Europe’s Heritage. Graham Byfield is watercolour artist living in Menorca who has published several books featuring cities around the world. They have worked together on a sketch book series, including Menorca, Oxford, Cambridge and Barcelona.
Visit www.ccagalleriesinternational.com for the updated schedule or call the gallery 01534 739900 for dates, further details and bookings.
CCA Galleries International, 10 Hill Street, St Helier, JE3 4UA
open Monday – Friday 12.00 – 6.00 and outside these times by appointment.