Victoria Art Gallery started out as Art Workshops in 1990 with Tony Lloyd and Michael Bourke framing pictures and selling art supplies. When Tony retired in 1997 Michael and his wife Carole took over and did a complete overhaul to the building turning it into a framing gallery and renaming it Victoria Art Gallery. Their daughter Katrina joined them in 2006.
The Gallery is situated at the bottom of Victoria Street on the outskirts of St Helier close to St Thomas’ Church, you can park outside on the unloading bay for 20 minutes, but please display your yellow parking disc and one of our business cards which can be obtained from inside the gallery.
The Gallery is very deceiving from the outside where it looks a lot smaller than it actually is. Once inside it stretches right back and you will see a wonderful collection of paintings and prints and quirky gifts and also art supplies for the professional artist, hobbyist and student. At the back of the gallery is the framing department which has a wide range of frames to choose from.