Art on the rocks – Part 2

The other side of Barbados. In a quiet and unvisited area on the south east coast, there’s a spot with lots of different types of rocks. Come to think of it, when you walk along any rocky areas along the coasts (mostly south east to north) you’ll find a collage of textures and patterns etched […]

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Home-decor art hand-painted on material from trees

Painting is meditation in motion; it’s a dance of the body and brush. Painting is a language…a way of expressing a sentiment or message.  Time with the pencil, pen or brush can be joyful, quiet, contemplative, euphoric, healing, and refreshing. The patient process of painting influences your sense of wellbeing. It’s a movement that exists…in […]

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Hand painted tropical home decor art

Painting is meditation in motion; it’s a dance of the body and brush…an exercise for the mind. Painting is a language…a way of expressing a sentiment or message. Thanks to The Caribbean Champions of Colour for sponsorship of paints for the premiere of my ‘tropical home decor line. I enjoy painting pieces for homes, sets, hotels. This […]

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Art exhibition at “Pop-Up” gallery.

It’s an exciting time for visual artists 🎨 in Barbados 🇧🇧 .  The Elcock family has graciously provided an 8,000 sq ft. space for a unique art exhibition that celebrates the work of 92 visual artists from Barbados, until mid December 2016.  Venue: “Pop-Up” gallery, #1 Manor Lodge, Green Hill, St. Michael | Opening hours […]

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A painting of Barbados

Expansive swirling blue carpet of the ocean, lushness of vegetation on land, and beautiful sparkles of coral and limestone. Media: gold glass stones moringa tamarind paprika sand shells acrylic metal glitter care. Size: 48″ X 28″ painted on custom-made 0.5″ thick wooden frame.

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Art from trees

The coconut tree is a wonderful Creation found in abundance in The Caribbean. From the trees, there is drink, food in the form of rich, nutritious and delicious jelly, shade, durable and versatile materials. They decorate a large part of the countryside, and in 2015, I starting collecting and using the parts shed naturally by the trees, as […]

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