60th Beatles Celebration Earrings

60th Beatles Celebration Earrings

60th Beatles Celebration Earrings

Donated to Guernsey Arts for the raffle at the Beatles celebration, organised to mark 60 years since their performance in Guernsey.

Made from old vinyl records and recycled plastic cards – cut into plectrum shapes to celebrate the iconic albums, Sgt Pepper and Abbey Rd. We love how each earrings matches up with different frames from the book.

Although our collective favourite has to be Yellow Submarine – the song and animated movie. Eleanor definitely cites this as a major creative influence, and even has the books.

potato peel pearl drop earrings
Potato Peel Pie Jewellery
Potato Peel Pie Jewellery

The whole of Guernsey has been gripped with Beatles fever, it’s like the Fab 4 are here again and everyone is screaming so loud they can’t hear them play. How has that transcended 60 years? Impressive.

Guernsey Arts Open 2022

Guernsey Arts Open 2022

Guernsey Arts Open

George Crossan Gallery – November 2022

We are delighted to be selected for the Guernsey Arts Open this year. This exhibition will run from 12th November in the George Crossan Gallery in the Inner Market.

We also displayed a piece in the 2020 Guernsey Arts Open, you can learn more by clicking here.

For this year’s piece we have created our own species of flower… “the carfreesion – a mixture of a carnation and a freesia “.

This painting was made using a technqiue inspired by face painting where multiple colours are applied the the brush. Creating something totally different for us – perfect for a creative breath of fresh air.

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Energy Flash – GAC Open Exhibition 2020

Energy Flash – GAC Open Exhibition 2020

Energy Flash – Guernsey Arts Commission Open Exhibition 2020

Energy Flash Painting for the Guernsey Arts Commission's Open Exhibition

 Energy flash was exhibited as part of Guernsey Art Network’s 2020 Open Exhibition in the George Crossan Gallery, this piece was exhibited alongside work from 60 other local artists of all different styles and mediums.

Anyone who has visited our studio will probably recognise this piece.  It was created from the leftover paint from when we first moved into our house.  Using rollers and our hands we created the painting using quick motions and a flash of energy with the brightest red!

Inspired by Mark Rothko and his abstract sunsets.

Energy Flash Painting for the Guernsey Arts Commission's Open Exhibition