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Art in the Frame > Exhibitions > Past exhibitions 2002
For an idea of what we do, here are the exhibitions hosted by Art in the Frame during 2002 (forthcoming exhibitions here):

    Harbour Gallery Inaugural Exhibition - From 22 November
    Celebration of the Sea - 13 to 29 September
    Drawn in Thread - 31 July to 10 August
    Flowers In The Frame - 3 to 20 July
    Quintessence - 17, 18, 22-25 May
    Flowers in Glass - 19 April to 28 May

Workshops: 2002
Events: 2002
Inaugural Exhibition
Sponsored by CAPCO TRUST
22 November, 5.30am - 8.30pm
Venue: The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin [map]
Join us in our new home - The Harbour Gallery, Le Boulevard, St Aubin, St Brelade, JE3 8AB. Come and see the 3 new galleries. Apart from local artists there are works by David Hockney, L.S. Lowry and Henry Moore.
To be officially opened on Friday, 22 November at 6.30pm by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, Air Chief Marshall Sir John Cheshire KBE CB and our patron Lady Cheshire.
Jersey artists & craftworkers exhibiting new works:
Jo Bastiman
Alan Bailey
Sasha Bellamy
Robert Blackmore
Rosemary Blackmore
Katy Brown
Sue Daly
June Gould
Libby Hughes
Barley Jackson
Peter Knight
George Kowzan
 Micheline Leverrier
Lisa MacDonald
Andrea Massara
Glynn & Maria Mitchell
Vicky Ovenden
Diane Postlethwaite
Naomi Renouf
Theresa Robinson
Pat Robson
Saskia Rondel
Diana Wilson
Friday 22 November: 5.30 - 8.30pm
Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame).
From 23 November: 10.30 - 5.30pm, 7 days a week.
Three galleries showing local and internationally famous artists.
The three galleries are also available for hire - exhibitions, lectures, meetings, etc. (contact Art in the Frame).

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Andrea Massara

Micheline Leverrier

Vicky Ovenden

Celebration of the Sea
Sponsored by Jersey Tourism
13 - 29 September, 11.00am - 6.00pm
Venue: Gallery Rendez-Vous des Arts, St Aubin [map]
Join us in our 1st anniversary celebrations - an exhibition of paintings and 3D pieces, with a maritime theme, produced by artists working in Jersey.
To be officially opened on Thursday, 12 September at 6.30pm by Vice Admiral Sir Peter Woodhead KCB.
Jersey artists:
Jo Bastiman
Sasha Bellamy
Hannah Blackmore
Robert Blackmore
Rosemary Blackmore
Katy Brown
June Gould
Heath Hearn
Hilary Kay
Hugh Knaggs
Peter Knight
George Kowzan
Lisa Le Brocq
 Micheline Leverrier
Anna Le Moine-Gray
Mark Lockwood
Lisa MacDonald
Andrea Massara
Kirsten Miller
Miriam Moalic
Bekki Mourant
Alison Padfield
Kevin Pallot
Diane Postlethwaite
Ian Rolls
Simon Tupper
Thursday 12 September: 6.00 - 8.30pm
Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame). Launch of The Waterspoon and Atlantic Blue children's clothing.
Friday 13 September: 6.00 - 8.30pm
Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame).
Saturday 14 to Sunday 29 September: Open 11.00am - 6.00pm.
Exhibition continues.

Also happening at the gallery during this period:
Friday 13 to Sunday 15 September
The Art of Fresco Making with Andrea Massara - full details here.
Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 September: 2.30 - 5.00pm.
Children's Fashion Show & refreshments - full details here.
Thurs 26 (2.00 - 5.30) & Fri 27 September (12 - 4.00)
Lynn Muir, craftworker and illustrator, exhibiting and discussing her work (details here).
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Heath Hearn

Micheline Leverrier

Lynn Muir

Drawn in Thread
Tuesday 30 July to Saturday 10 August, 10.00am - 5.00pm
An exhibition of contemporary textiles from GCSE 'A' level, Foundation Degree and further. A wide variety of innovative, colourful and exciting work.
Venue: Hamptonne Country Life Museum [map].
Tuesday 30 July: Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame)
Wednesday 31 July until Saturday 10 August: Open to the public 10.00am - 5.00pm, 7 days a week.
Special guests.
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Lisa MacDonald

Flowers In The Frame
Wednesday 3 - Saturday 20 July
Exhibition of the textile pieces and some paintings by Richard Box.
Venue: The Crypt, Samares Manor [map]
Monday 1 July
'Friends' evening with meal under a marquee. A preview of the Private View and talk by Richard Box.
Wednesday 3 July
Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame).
Richard Box workshops on 3 & 4 July (details here)
Wednesday 3 July until Saturday 20 July
Exhibition open to the public 10.00am - 5.00pm

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Richard Box
Sponsored by Lloyds TSB
17 - 18 & 22 - 25 May, 10.00am - 5.30pm
Venue: David Hick Antiques [map]
Contemporary Textiles and Photography - Michael Brennand-Wood
Exhibition of Abstract Landscape Painting - Katy Brown
Hey-Hester and Friends Illustration - Barley Jackson
Contemporary Silver Jewellery - Lisa Le Brocq
Book Binding and Gold Tooling - Tracey Rowledge

To be officially opened by the Bailiff of Jersey, Sir Philip Bailhache.

We are delighted that two such well-known and highly-acclaimed artists as Michael Brennand-Wood and Tracey Rowledge, together with our excellent local exhibitors, are exhibiting with us for the Quintessence Exhibition.

Thursday 16 May: Private View (for an invitation contact Art in the Frame)
Friday 17 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Michael and Tracey will be at the exhibition from 3.30 - 5.30pm. Michael will be signing his books 'You Are Here' and 'Stars Under Foot'.
Katy Brown - present all day.
Also on Saturday 18: Two workshops at Beaulieu School Art Department (details here)
Saturday 18 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Michael and Tracey will be at the exhibition from 3.30 - 5.30pm (correct?). Michael will be signing his books 'You Are Here' and 'Stars Under Foot'.
Barley Jackson - present all day.
Katy Brown - present all day.
Wednesday 22 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Thursday 23 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Friday 24 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Saturday 25 May: Open 10.00am - 5.30pm.
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Michael Brennand-Wood

Tracey Rowledge

Lisa Le Brocq

Flowers in Glass
Saturday 19 April - Tuesday 28 May
Exhibition of the latest work by glassworker Micheline Leverrier.
Venue: The Window Gallery, Artfully (now closed)
Opening times: 9.30am - 5.15pm Monday to Friday. 9.30am - 4.00pm Saturday.
The exhibition is mainly recent work but does include 'the beer bottle clock' – clocks made from recycled beer bottles. Useable, great fun and much admired.
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Micheline Leverrier