Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine

RE-BERTH AND RE-BIRTH FOR THE HARBOUR GALLERY

The ‘re-berth’ of the Harbour Gallery at another harbourside location takes place tomorrow (Tuesday): it is re-opening at 19, The Quay Commercial Buildings , St Helier., after completing its move from The Bulwarks, St Aubin.

An opening celebration is being held there on Tuesday 25 April, from 6pm to 8pm.

The first exhibition there at the new gallery will be opened by the Lieutenant Governor, Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd and his wife, Dr Karen Kyd, patron of the Art in the Frame Foundation.

A welcome on behalf of the sponsor, Cavendish Fiduciary will be made by director, Sean Le Scelleur. A raffle will be held in aid of the re location of the gallery with paintings donated by local artists, Graham Tovey, Celina Borfiga, Anne Morgan and Peter Knight. All paintings are valued at over £300 and tickets are £5 each.

The Harbour Gallery works closely with Genuine Jersey producers and product makers.

Pat Robson of The Harbour Gallery said: ‘Although we have always exhibited the work of around 30 Genuine Jersey makers, this time we will be having a Genuine Jersey Market Place for producers. We are starting with 20 of them; they will change seasonally. We are very excited about this new area.’

For more information Pat Robson can be contacted by telephone:  07797 736034, or by e-mail: partintheframe@yahoo.co.uk

RE-BERTH AND RE-BIRTH FOR THE HARBOUR GALLERY

The ‘re-berth’ of the Harbour Gallery at another harbourside location takes place tomorrow (Tuesday): it is re-opening at 19, The Quay Commercial Buildings , St Helier., after completing its move from The Bulwarks, St Aubin.

An opening celebration is being held there on Tuesday 25 April, from 6pm to 8pm.

The first exhibition there at the new gallery will be opened by the Lieutenant Governor, Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd and his wife, Dr Karen Kyd, patron of the Art in the Frame Foundation.

A welcome on behalf of the sponsor, Cavendish Fiduciary will be made by director, Sean Le Scelleur. A raffle will be held in aid of the re location of the gallery with paintings donated by local artists, Graham Tovey, Celina Borfiga, Anne Morgan and Peter Knight. All paintings are valued at over £300 and tickets are £5 each.

The Harbour Gallery works closely with Genuine Jersey producers and product makers.

Pat Robson of The Harbour Gallery said: ‘Although we have always exhibited the work of around 30 Genuine Jersey makers, this time we will be having a Genuine Jersey Market Place for producers. We are starting with 20 of them; they will change seasonally. We are very excited about this new area.’

For more information Pat Robson can be contacted by telephone:  07797 736034, or by e-mail: partintheframe@yahoo.co.uk.

Picture by Sheila Baudains

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