Due to me having covid 19 the gallery was shut this last week. It will reopen on Wednesday 11th May. It was a mild dose but still testing positive.
The Tower House Gallery is looking for volunteers again. If you would like the opportunity to work in a calm environment, talk to customers, would like to know how to use a card reader if you have not already done so, and have a studio to use yourself within the gallery please apply. You can email Rose Di Mascio or phone her on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07946874416.
You will be offered help in how to run the gallery and gain some useful experience.
A painting in the gallery is up for sale and the proceeds will go to help the restoration of the Church of Our Lady near Delaval Hall.
Bright White Light shows the Jersey coastline on a spring day. The painter, Carolyn Ainsworth is an artist and illustrator. The books she has illustrated include ‘The Days I Knew’ (Lillie Langtreys autobiography) and ‘These Haunted Isles’.
It is being sold on behalf of the Friends of the Church of Our Lady. The Friends charity were established in 1997 to fundraise to support and cherish the tiny Saxon/Norman parish church of Seaton.
The gallery hours for New Year and the following week are:
Wednesday 29th December: open
Thursday 30th December: open
Friday 31st December: closed
Saturday 1st January: closed
Sunday 2nd January: open
Wednesday 5th January: closed
Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th January: open
New blown glass by Kalki Mansel including a wide range of collectable flowers.
Billowy hand-painted silk scarves by Elspeth Horsfield can be worn or used as wall hangings.