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Art in the Frame > Exhibitions > Past exhibitions 2005
For an idea of what we do, here are the exhibitions hosted by Art in the Frame during 2005:
    Michael Brennand-Wood - 8 January to 1 February
    Be Dazzled - 5 to 20 February
    Jersey Gambia Schools Trust - 4 to 21 March
    Out of the Blue - 12 May to 6 June 2005
    Perimeters - 30 June to 17 July 2005
    Flowers in the Landscape - 20 July to 4 August 2005
    Treasure Islands - 14 to 27 September 2005
    Layers - 15 to 26 September 2005
    Dean Hartley - 29 September to 6 November 2005
    Making Waves 2 - 30 Sep to 6 Nov 2005
    New beginnings - 9 November to 11 December 2005
    Horizons and beyond - 24 November to 11 December 2005

Workshops:2005
Events:2005
Exhibitions:2004



Michael Brennand-Wood
 
8 January to 1 February, 10.30am - 5.30pm
We are delighted to be exhibiting pieces of work by the celebrated textile artist Michael Brennand-Wood in Gallery 2.
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map]
Dates: 8 January to 1 February.
We also stock his book: "You are Here".
This work will be very helpful to GCSE and A Level students of Art & Art Textiles.
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Michael Brennand-Wood
Be Dazzled
 
5 - 20 February, 10.30am - 5.30pm
A dazzlingly beautiful exhibition of locally made jewellery - read all about it!
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map]
Dates: 5 to 20 February.
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Jersey Gambia Schools Trust
 
4 - 21 March, 10.30am - 5.30pm
The art, craft and textiles of The Gambia will be exhibited. There will be talks, workshops & demonstrations of the music, food, craft and textiles of The Gambia.
More details to follow later.
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map]
Dates: 4 - 21 March.
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Out of the Blue
 
12 May to 6 June 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
A major exhibition of contemporary ART and CRAFT at THE HARBOUR GALLERY, LE BOULEVARD, ST AUBIN, JERSEY.
Dates: 12th May - 6th June 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30AM ñ 5.30PM.
EXHIBITING ARTISTS FROM JERSEY:-
   Rosemary Blackmore; Ceramics & Painting
   Katy Brown; painting
   Martin Bullivant; painting
   June Gould; ceramics
   Heath Hearn; painting
   Sarah Jordan; textiles
   Ilsa Khakhria; painting
   George Kowzan; painting
   Patrick Malcarnet; painting
   Ian Rolls; painting
   Saskia Lee Rondel; jewellery
   Ron Weiss; photography
INVITED EXHIBITING GUESTS:-
   Hermoine Dunn - Cornwall
   Michael Lythgoe - Gloucestershire
   Thierry de la Riviere - Cherbourg
   Bella Harvey - France
Private View: Invited Guests, Wednesday 11th June 6.30pm - 8.30pm To Be Officially Opened by Philip Littlejohn.
Titanic Talk:
Philip Littlejohn, an expert on all things Titanic, and whose grandfather was a survivor of the tragedy, will be giving a talk about the Titanic. Tuesday 10th May 8.00pm at Jersey College For Girls Lecture Theatre - Mont Millais, St Saviour (plenty of parking). Tickets £8.00 adults, £6.00 friends with card, £5.00 OAP's, £4.00 students. Tickets from the Harbour Gallery or contact Art In The Frame and your ticket will be reserved. Some tickets in the door.
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Katy Brown

Heath Hearn

Ilsa Khakhria
Perimeters
 
30 June to 17 July 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
New paintings from around the coast of Jersey by Nick Parlett.
Dates: 30th June - 17th July 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30AM - 5.30PM.
Private View: Invited Guests,Tuesday 28th June 6.30pm - 8.30pm
To Be Officially Opened
by Jurat Roy Bullen MBE at 7.00pm.
Pictures from the exhibitioin opening.
It is said the process of painting should be concerned with more than merely reproducing appearances. Personally, I like to associate closely with the things I paint, so that they no longer have separate, remote identities.

Consequently my paintings rarely depart from the subject. I concern myself with expressing some particular aspect of a lighting condition, such as mood, seen at one moment of time or with some quality inherent in the suibject such as texture or shape.

I regard this as a selective process in which to explore a particular emphasis and not as an alteration of the subject's basic content.

The dilemma for me always an artist exploring every intricate aspect of Jersey's dramatic, yet sometimes subtle coast line, is not what to paint, but what to paint first. To stop and study a little more closely is to appreciate how fortunate we are.

Every painter, at whatever level, needs to be constantly on the lookout for new inspiration.
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Flowers in the Landscape
 
20 July to 4 August 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
A major exhibition as part of Jersey in Bloom.
Dates: 20th July - 4th August 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.

Beautiful flower studies - Bella Harvey

Landscapes in watercolour - Frank Phillips

Work in Glass - Hanna Palsdottir

Opening night: Tuesday 19 July 6.30pm - 8.30pm.

To Be Officially Opened by Matthew Biggs at 7.00 pm in the presence of Carole Baxter and Mike Wyatt, guest gardening experts on the Island for Jersey in Bloom.

We also have a number of workshops and demonstrations as part of Jersey in Bloom.

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Bella Harvey

Frank Phillips

Hanna Palsdottir
Treasure Islands
 
14 September to 27 September 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
An exhibition of work by Joanne Bastiman.
Dates: 14th - 27th September 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
Opening night: Wednesday 14 September 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
To Be Officially Opened by Paul Liddiard, recently returned from working with Tsunami Relief, at 7.30pm.

As part of "Art In Small Places", Joanne Bastiman will be the first artist to have a solo exhibition in Gallery 4 at the Harbour Gallery. Joanne's little treasure's are ideally suited to a small gallery. Art In The Frame are delighted to welcome Joanne back to the gallery and wish her inspirational and safe travelling next month.

Joanne Bastiman was the first artist to be asked by the Jersey Arts Trust in partnership with Empire Catering, to do a month's "Artist In Residency", at the Pier Cafe, Havre Des Pas last Autumn. This involved setting up a studio in the cafe. It proved to be a wonderfully inspiring location in which to work before she left the Island for a painting sabbatical in Ko Samui, Thailand. Spending several months painting by the beach, on a tropical island, was a fantastic way to focus and develop her work, whilst at the same time, learning to adapt to the materials and resources available in a culture and society so completely different to the Western world.

In her exhibition Treasure Islands, Joanne will be showing exciting new work, that draws comparisons between the two shorelines of Jersey and Ko Samui, but which also reflects the energy and excitement of having the opportunity to immerse oneself in one's environment.

As Joanne was in Thailand during the Tsunami disaster, she was delighted to take part in a show in Bangkok to raise money for the Thai Red Cross and will therefore also be donating part of her profits from "Treasure Islands", to Tsunami Relief.
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Joanne Bastiman

Joanne Bastiman

Layers
 
15 September to 26 September 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
An exhibition of mixed media painting and photography by Dawn Croke and Jamie Cole.
Dates: 15th - 26th September 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
Opening night: Wednesday 14 September 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
To Be Officially Opened by Tom McKeon, Director of Education, at 7.00pm.

Over the past of five years, Dawn has lived close to the harbours at Rozel and St Aubin. During this time, these locations inspired Dawn's artistic imagination, particularly the ever changing lines of the Harbours. With her paintings she tries to capture a snapshot of these changing lines which come about as a consequence of the tidal movements, the juxtopositions of the boats, and the shifting sands.

In her photographs, Dawn tries to capture a sense of place and time by layering different visual images together. In the Angel series she has tried to show the serene effects of the natural environment on the face of the angel, such as the trees at Fliquet and the stones at Rozel.They are about capturing at a glance, a moment of passing feeling in time.

Jamie is attempting to question feelings of ownership, belonging and loss of identity within the landscape of his paintings. By combining a conflict of cold and impersonal colours, shapes and metaphors against warm, cosy and organic memories of what the landscape has held for us, he wants to question it's validity. As our land becomes swamped by buildings we lose a sense of control. Aesthetics lose out to desecration.

His paintings begin carefully constructed, hard edged and geometric and gradually loosen up in contrast to what is happening in reality. True perspective becomes flat. Form replaces function. Apathy infects pride.

He uses household paints, glosses, wax and varnishes combined with traditional oil colours and acrylics to pick out the nature versus man dichotomy in our surrounding landscapes. Carefully edited photographs combined with the work of Ben Nicholson, Robert Rauschenburg, David Carson, and Sol Lewitt help to inform the imagery of the compositions.
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Dean Hartley
 
29 September to 6 November 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
An exhibition of photography by Dean Hartley.
Dates: 29th September - 6th November 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
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Making Waves 2 - from ship to shore
 
30 September to 6 November 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
A mother and daughter exhibition of paintings and ceramics by Rosemary and Hannah Blackmore.
Dates: 30th September - 6th November 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
Opening night: Thursday 29 September 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
To Be Officially Opened by the Governor of Jersey, Sir John Cheshire KBE CB and Lady Cheshire at 7.30pm.

Rosemary Blackmore: The idea for this exhibition was formed when I discovered that in 2005, Out of the Blue was to be a year-long celebration, of all things maritime. It was an opportunity I couldn't resist to produce paintings and ceramics inspired by the sea.

Hannah Blackmore: Everyone of living by the sea, the whisper of waves, the fresh salty breeze, the beach stretching away forever. The coast has always been a point of departure for me, offering up all the inspiration in the world. The sea, salt air and sunshine engage all the senses and heighten the sense of well-being.
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Rosemary Blackmore

Rosemary Blackmore

New beginnings
Supported by Jersey Tourism 
9 November to 11 December 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
An exhibition of the work of Jersey's young artists, photographers and ceramicists.
Dates: 9th November - 11th December 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
Officially opened by Deputy Julian Bernstein on 9th November.
Artists exhibiting:
   Jane Cotillard
   Hanna Palsdottir
   Lisa Kay Kennedy
   Lucy Blackmore
   Andrew Le Gresley
   David Hopwood
   Tim Le Breuilly
   Pippa Lloyd
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Hanna Palsdottir

Lucy Blackmore

Horizons and beyond
 
24 November to 11 December 10.30am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map].
New paintings by Yvonne Wright, one of our studio artists.
Dates: 24th November - 11th December 2005. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10.30am - 5.30pm.
Officially opened by Deputy Carolyn Labey on 24th November at 7.30pm.
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