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‘A Sense of Place’ at The Harbour Gallery

Art in the Frame Foundation this evening held the opening of A Diversity Group Exhibition at The Harbour Gallery, entitled A Sense of Place.


The opening evening was extremely well attended and the standard of exhibits was impressively high. Guests enjoyed meeting the artists and understanding their incredible achievements. Jurat Fisher Lieutenant Bailiff and Mrs Fisher officially opened the Exhibition which runs until 2nd November.


With the advancement of new technology, artists in contemporary textile work are pushing the boundaries of their skills and what they can achieve with the marriage of techniques and materials.

The Storm has gone

‘The Storm has gone’ by Yvonne Le Signe. Mixed media

chain detail

Look at the detail on the chain and the netting bringing a three dimensional element to the picture.

Net detail

Interspersed amongst the textile works Jacqui Carrel is showing some of her photography and Andrew Sinclair is displaying many of his ceramic pieces, I’ve picked out a few to show you here.

Ceramic vases

Blue ceramic narrow neck vases by Andrew Sinclair.


Pot by Andrew Sinclair

Ceramic pot by Andrew Sinclair.

Sunset with bats

Sunset with bats by Christine Witham. Mixed Media


‘Chefchaouen – Morocco’ by Naomi Renouf. Fabric and stitch

Beautiful jersey

‘Beautiful Jersey’ by Niki Perchard.

Memories of Summer

‘Memories of Summer’ by Shona Mulheron. Felt & Stitch

Heart felt cushions

‘Heart Felt’ Cushions by Virginia McInerney. Machine and hand embroidery

La Roque

‘Blue morning at La Rocque’ by Graham Tovey. Oil on board

Toadstool & fairy

‘Toadstool and Fairy’ by Rachel Colcannon. Mixed media

I have only highlighted a few of the amazing works on show to wet your appetite.  June Rich, Diane Richardson, Teresa Coffey, Ros Varrie, Janet Willis, Christine Westwood Davis and Jo Frankel all have exhibits along with the others all credited above.

Art in the Frame are a non-profit making company, started in 1998 by two art teachers in Jersey. Their aim was to promote contemporary art and crafts in the island, as well as to encourage young artists and craftsmen. In 2002 they opened the Harbour Gallery in St Aubin where over 80 artists exhibit alongside exhibitions, workshops, lectures and demonstrations.

The Harbour Gallery is open 7 days a week, 10am – 5.30pm. For more information visit their website

or go to their Facebook page.

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    Georgina Troy
    October 3, 2015 at 8:21 am

    So much talent here on our gorgeous island.

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