The art world supports Homelessness Jersey

Local artist Charlie Haydn-Taylor and the Private and Public Art Gallery in St Helier have generously come together to help raise funds to support Homelessness Jersey.

Charlie has produced a limited edition print – ‘Home Away From Home’ – which is available to view in the ground floor reception of the Sommerville House gallery on Phillips Street, St Helier –

‘Home Away from Home’ is a large format digital print about which the artist says ‘I wanted to highlight various elements of Jersey culture, from views of historical sights over Elizabeth Castle, to pop culture references such as Bergerac playing on TV and a unique Francis Barry painting, an artist who has ties to my family. Architecturally, I continue with my usual contemporary style that draws references from Modernist architecture, with architects such as Le Corbusier and Miles Van Der Rohe providing inspiration. My interest in interiors provides a relevant link to our collaboration with Homelessness Jersey, who do an amazing job in helping find somewhere safe and secure for those who have nowhere to go on the island. This is particularly important in the build up to Christmas so I hope you can support this project’.

Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Homelessness Jersey and the Executive William Church says, ‘We are grateful to both the artist and gallery for their offer and we hope you can support our work by purchasing a beautiful at this important time of year’.

Full details of the offer:
‘Home Away From Home’ by Charles Haydn Taylor
150 x 84cm
Limited edition print of 20
Hand signed and numbered in pencil
£950 unframed
£1,150 framed