To coincide with a talk entitled ‘Loop Tower 14 – Its History & Restoration’, ‘Guernsey Loophole Towers’ is an interesting exhibition open to all artists who would like to create some artwork in response to the towers that are such a huge part of Guernsey’s historical landscape.
The exhibition is free to visit, and viewers are invited to vote for their favourite artwork. The winning artist will receive a cash prize at the end of the exhibition.
The exhibition opens on Sunday 26th April from 2pm – 5pm. Thereafter, it will continue from Monday 27th April until Saturday 16th May, 10am – 5.30pm, excluding Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Artists wishing to take part should contact Sula Gallery