Introducing a solo exhibition featuring a collection of new and never-before-seen works by renowned artist Olympia McEwan.
Olympia is a visual artist living and working here on the small island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands. Born in southern Africa in 1971, Olympia came to live in the UK with her family, aged seven. She attended secondary school in Guernsey, then went on to study Fine Art at Loughborough College, graduating with a BA(Hons) in 1993.
Olympia combines her portrait painting career with her passion for the natural world. “Both subjects are a joyful reflection of my love for people and their stories, as well as the beauty of nature and its fragility”.
National Trust of Guernsey is excited to host the work of one of Guernsey’s most popular and remarkable artists.
The exhibition will be on view at the National Trust of Guernsey’s Art at The Park Gallery, The Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park from Tuesday 9 May (Liberation Day) to Friday 2 June. Open 10am – 5pm seven days a week.
Admission is free. The Museum is access-friendly. We look forward to seeing you!