Home to a wealth of talented leading international and local artists, Jersey is an island full of art galleries and exhibition spaces to visit, enjoy and be inspired by. Outstanding artwork is waiting to be discovered across a range of interesting places around the island, all of which are well worth a visit in their own right. You can while away an hour or two at a charming nautical themed harbour side gallery; or head into the stylish town centre of St. Helier, to view rolling programmes of the very latest works from local talent.

Don’t miss exploring beautiful, listed buildings where floors and floors of stunning exhibition space provides the perfect showcase for some of the best in contemporary British art including paintings, limited edition prints and sculpture.


Explore Jersey’s art galleries.

Unveil art in town.

Wander the streets and lanes of Jersey’s capital, St. Helier and you’ll find a collection of intriguing art galleries to peruse.

Studio 18 – If you’re on the hunt for 20th and 21st century art, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Studio 18. This contemporary art gallery in the heart of town hangs over 200 original pieces of art at any time. Known for its collection of landscape paintings, you’ll also find limited edition signed prints by popular and collectable artists, etchings, lithographs and silkscreens and lots of new works of art.

Private and Public Gallery – A must visit is the exclusive first floor gallery space of the Private and Public Gallery, located in the heart of St. Helier’s retail centre. Here you can view captivating exhibitions, changing on a monthly basis, of modern and contemporary art. Showcasing works by artists from the very top tier of the international art market as well as talented emerging artists.

The Berni Gallery at Jersey Arts Centre – The gallery, located on the first floor of Jersey Arts Centre and which doubles as a foyer to the theatre, houses several major exhibitions each year including the Fox Open Art Exhibition featuring the work of local amateur artists in the Channel Islands.

CCA Galleries – One of the world’s leading fine art publishers, printers and distributers. This commercial gallery housed in Royal Court Chambers, a listed building, hosts a contemporary exhibition space spanning four floors and showcasing the best of British art including paintings, limited edition prints and sculpture.

Link Gallery at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery – Another gem in the heart of St Helier is the Link Gallery at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery. An exhibition space featuring the works of a different Jersey artist each month, providing local artists with a central space in town to showcase their work.

The Harbour Gallery – This harbourside gallery in St. Helier is a mecca for local talent and also promotes up and coming talent. Discover the work of over 70 local artists and craft workers spread over three floors and an exhibition space that hosts exhibitions and events across the year. Not one to be missed!

CCA Galleries International. Private & Public Gallery, Jersey Museum and Art Gallery

More art… out of town.

Head out and about on an artistic exploration of the island to uncover pop up exhibitions and galleries in some truly unique settings.

ArtHouse Jersey – Supporting and investing in artists locally and across the world to create ambitious work that has a positive impact on the island community and international audiences. ArtHouse Jersey produce large-scale exhibitions, theatre pieces, concerts and community-focused workshops and projects and provide a creative and cultural hub at their HQ at the historic Barracks at Grève de Lecq.

RampArts – You’ll find the work of the RampArts collective popping up at indoor and outdoor venues across Jersey. This is a great network for local artists, musicians and writers who showcase their creativity and talents together.

Blue Stone Gallery – Pay a visit to Blue Stone Studio in St. Ouen, open by appointment and discover the work of multi-talented local artist Rosemary Blackmore. Probably best known for her paintings of Jersey cows, Rosemary is also a skilled ceramicist and textiles artist. Here you can check out her ceramic tugs, fishing boats and houses and hand felted banners and bunting.