Stour Space Collective Exhibition

Group exhibition Stour Space Fri 5 Dec 2014 – Mon 2 Feb 2015   Celebrating Stour Space’s 7th collective show. Participating artists: Isabella Allen & Natalie Martin, John Atherton, Daisy Bentley, Marie-Taos Dyvorne, Joanna Georgiades, Kevin Gras, Ben Gostling, Stuart Grist, Devorah Hall, Karen Le Roy Harris, Mira Iwanik, Gunther Jancke, Lily McCallin, Neil McDonald, Amy McSimpson, Molly Owen, Jamie Shaw, Hannah Jane Smith, Alexis... Read More

Leda & the swan (performance)

A multi-discipline collaborative piece of work exploring improvisation and set structure whilst creating a performance in a exhibition setting. The installation was loosely based on the story of Leda and the Swan which over time the ideas developed and changed with this collaborative performance. There is an ambiguous tension between the performer, sculpture and audience with elements of beauty and underlying dark undertones. Installation –... Read More

The Art House exhibition, 2012

Group exhibition   Liberty Wharf, St. Helier, Jersey Preview: Wednesday 26 September, 5-8pm featuring performance piece at 7pm. Exhibition: 27 September – 3 October 2012, 10am-5pm daily.    The Art House Creative Collective team up with German artist Peter Trautner to create an exciting exhibition of artwork at Liberty Wharf. The exhibition preview will also feature a collaborative work and performance by artists Sheri Burt, Karen Le Roy... Read More

The Art House Open Studios 2011

As part of the Jersey Open Studios The Art House will be opening up their studios for you. Studios will be open: 18/19 June & 25/26 June 2011 from 10am – 4pm You are also invited to our Open Studios, Open Night: 5.30pm-8pm, Thursday 23rd June Come and stop by for a drink and enjoy the work of 9 local artists and designers. Studios include: Matt Daly, Clare Ormsby, Karen Le Roy Harris, Pippa Barrow, Rosalind Monks, Evil Spoons (James Carter),... Read More

Dancing figures with music

Here’s a slideshow with music that was playing at the installation to give you a better sense of the mood of the exhibition. You can also find more photos in the galleries page. Dancing figures art installation from Karen Le Roy Harris on Vimeo.  Read More

Exciting opportunity – Self-portrait

I was recently asked with 5 other artists to take part in a promotional exhibition with the Jersey Arts Centre called Self Portrait. Myself, Gaby Radiguet, Lisa Macdonald, Alison Richards, Matt Falle and Kevin Pallot will be taking up this exciting opportunity. The challenge being we will arrive in the Berni Gallery on Sunday morning (20th March 2011) and we create work for the exhibition within the space by the next day (Monday 21st March) when we’ll... Read More

Less writing more drawing please!

I’ve seem to have spent the last month or more writing rather then drawing. With several proposals on the go and working on this new website –  all important things to be doing, but also I can’t wait to get drawing. Juggling so many things in life in order to be an artist can at times leave you with little time to be just that. Anyway, I must be patient and let the ideas bubble in my brain – soon I will be able to satisfy... Read More

Dancing figures (installation)

        An installation of two dancing figures and children’s chair with ballet shoes. The installation included classical music playing which helped create movement in the dancing figures. The dress is from the Vanita collection. The drawing/painting in this room was a collaborative piece with artist Clare Ormsby. The installation aims to provoke a narrative. The dress represents flesh and decay, yet there is a timeless quality to the... Read More

Body of work and artist in residence

I’ve been artist in residence, as well as taught workshops at Hautlieu school over the last few months. The exhibition Body of Work is a large collection of work some dating back to 2005 to recent work in 2009. You can see how the work has changed and progressed over the years, nevertheless the underlying theme of the body remains omnipresent. Supporting the exhibition is a selection of students work that were created or developed through the workshops.... Read More