Submitted by Steve on 14:24, 16th Apr, 2021 | 0

Welcome to the Jungle is the second exhibition in the pipeline for local artist Tiffany Anna. Tiffany has always had a creative flair but picked up her brushes properly during the first lockdown last Spring, she has since gone on a journey of artistic discovery, developing her technique and individual style. Located in Fountain Street, Tiffany’s recently re-branded studio come gallery is now the hub for her creativity. It is easy to spot her brightly coloured window displays and ultra-modern store exterior when driving down to the seafront.

This year’s exhibition theme was born from her social media research into interesting and quirky wallpaper and wall hangings. Tiffany quickly noticed some edgy upcoming trends and her initial idea quickly evolved from exotic birds to an all-encompassing jungle theme. The public exhibition ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ is being hosted by The Polygon Collective at their newly renovated Les Vardes House premises over the course of 2 days, 17th and 18th April from 10am to 4pm. Public parking will be available directly opposite, at Sir Charles Frossard House.

Polygon Collective founder and chairman, Martin Belcher says: “We are delighted to support Tiffany and her exhibition. Guernsey arts is an integral part of our community and very much part of Polygon’s ethos and values. To support young talent, grow and be part of it is important to us.”

Tiffany will also donate 10% of each sale to help local charity, The GSPCA, a cause she holds close to her heart. “I’ve always been a huge animal lover. My dog, Poppy, is an Italian rescue. I reared her from a tiny pup after finding her abandoned in a small town in Tuscany - she was just days old. I think that the work the GSPCA do is so important and I’d love to give a little back.”

GSPCA Manager, Steve Byrne says: “We cannot thank Tiffany enough for her support during these difficult times with what should be a fantastic display. With few fundraisers and next to no boarding due to lockdown the GSPCA income has been hit hard and we need the support now more than ever. We are really grateful for the opportunity to showcase our work and animals in need of homes during Tiffany’s exhibition.”

If you are looking for something inspiring to do over the weekend of 17th and 18th April, pop along and be wowed by a visual treat of bold, vibrant colours, and stunning technique!

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Steve continued “With few fund raisers and next to no boarding due to lockdown the GSPCA income has been hit hard and we need your support now more than ever.”

“There are many ways you can help support our vital 24/7 work and donate or raise funds for the hundreds of animals in our care.”

“With over 140 hedgehogs, 3 seal pups, dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, fish, reptiles and many birds we help over 3000 animals through the doors every year.”

“With so many animals in our care we would love you to join our sponsor scheme to help us each month.”

“Just a couple of pounds each month can make a massive difference in helping the animals in our care and to find out more please go to .”

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“We couldn’t do so much without your support and here a few ideas of how you can help us help animals in Guernsey.”


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