BCR Law LLP supports local artists in CCA Galleries’ Summer Exhibition for the third year running
May 26, 2022
BCR Law LLP is delighted to be sponsoring CCA Galleries International’s Summer Exhibition 2022 for the third year in a row, which takes place throughout June and July.
The Jersey Summer Exhibition 2022 launches 17 June until 26 July. More than 100 artists have applied for this year’s exhibition, submitting a total of 260 pieces of bespoke artwork.
All of the submissions go through a rigorous selection process before the final shortlist is agreed. The judging panel consists of sculptor and fashion designer Nicole Farhi, Jane and Louise Wilson who are also known as The Wilson Sisters RA, Managing Director of Worton Hall Studios and CCA Gillian Duke and CCA International’s Tom Parker.
Any of the submissions showcasing land and seascapes that have been selected for the exhibition are also eligible for the Rural Jersey Landscape Award, which is judged by Rural magazine’s Editor Alasdair Crosby, BCR Law’s Managing Partner David Benest, as well as Donna Le Marrec from National Trust for Jersey and Tom Parker.
Last year’s winner of the Rural award was Louise Ramsay with her submission, ‘Expanding Peace’. BCR Law also chose Louise as the local artist to design their annual Christmas card for 2021.
Managing Partner David Benest commented: “We are thrilled to once again be supporting our neighbour, CCA Galleries International, with its Summer Exhibition. At BCR Law, we have a huge interest in art and culture, and supporting the local community. Therefore, we are delighted to support local artists in showcasing the results of their hard work and talent for the third year in a row.”
Tom Parker from CCA Galleries said: “We are very excited about our upcoming Summer Exhibition for 2022. It’s great to have BCR Law’s ongoing support for CCA Galleries International with sponsoring the Rural award. We’re delighted that so many local artists continue to get involved with the exhibition. Art and culture is a huge part of what makes our island unique so it’s important we continue to celebrate it.”