Gill Harrison's 'Where the Land Meets the Sea' art exhibition
  • Folk and Costume Museum
    Saumarez Park
    GY5 7UJ
  • Tuesday 25th June, 10:00am - Until Friday 19th July, 5:00pm
'Where the Land Meets the Sea' - an exhibition by Gill Harrison

Welcome to my 2024 exhibition. I have called it ‘Where the Land Meets the Sea’ as my inspiration has mainly come from the ever-changing coastline of this island.

I have lived in Guernsey for over 30 years and am inspired daily by the ever-changing colours of light on the sea. I paint in watercolour and oils. My creativity often comes from the interface between the water and the land - reflections in the sand and unfolding scenery as the tides ebb and flow.

I am also fascinated by the distortions and patterns created by light travelling through, and reflecting off, the water. I am enjoying the challenge of seeking to capture this in paint.

I also continue to be intrigued by the cyanotype process. It’s a camera-free form of photography, where the image is developed by sunlight to create a cyan blue print. I have been enjoying experimenting and combining it with paint.

I hope you enjoy these pieces of art and through them can see my love of the ever-changing landscapes of this beautiful island.

The light, the sparkles and the beautiful blues…

If you would like to talk to me about any artwork or prints, or talk to me about a commission, please feel free to contact me. 
Social media @gillharrisonart

The exhibition will be on display at National Trust of Guernsey’s Art at The Park Gallery, The Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park from Tuesday 25th June to Friday 19th July. Open 10am–5pm seven days a week. 

Admission is free. The Museum is access-friendly.


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