Link Gallery Exhibitions - Events - Jersey Heritage

Next exhibition opens on 1 October. The Link Gallery hosts a rolling programme of local artists exhibiting their latest work. These exhibitions are always free to access.



Jersey Museum & Art Gallery - Merchant's House

The Link Gallery at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery, Merchants House

Opening Times

Dates & Times

29-02-2016 10:00 30-12-2016 16:00 36 Link Gallery Exhibitions Sponsored by Lloyds Bank

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Jersey Museum & Art Gallery - Merchant's House Jersey Heritage DD/MM/YYYY Mon 29 Feb 2016 10:00 - Fri 30 Dec 2016 16:00

Abbie O’Sullivan - painting

1 to 30 October

Abbie has said about her work:

'A collection of mark making from the last 5 years of my life, inspired by my emotions and my surroundings. 

As a abstract artist I believe in using creativity as a form of healing. My preferred media is ink as it has a fluidity that allows me to emotionally and physically connect to that individual piece of work. Each mark represents my history'.


Graham Tovey – paintings

4 to 28 November

The works in this exhibition have been completed over the past year.

Graham is a landscape painter, he sais:  'I paint away from my subject, which allows me a degree of freedom, if I can get into the act of painting and be free, then I am at one with the work.

I paint what I would call, " Remembered Landscapes"

All the works are in oil and are for sale.'


Celena Borfiga – abstract paintings

1 December to 3 January 

First solo exhibition by Celina Borfiga

Celina said:  'I have always enjoyed painting in my spare time but 7 years ago l decided to turn my spare room into a studio and start painting more seriously.

I have a love for blue and turquoise, the influence of living by the sea as a child, also my years of training in T'ai Chi has given me a fascination for movement and energy, hopefully something that can be seen in my work.

The effect of mist and fog is a source of inspiration for my abstract paintings, the way it hovers over the coastline, or spreads across the beach, making everything look vague and mystical. It's about trying to capture something intangible that makes abstract painting so fascinating for me.'