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Compiled by Corrie Scott

Compiled by Corrie Scott

Welcome to Barbados Monthly Arts Events. Come join us.

All information correct at time of publishing. Please phone or email relevant galleries to confirm dates of events as they may be subject to change. Updates as news of arts events comes in each month may be viewed on

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Group Show by Members of BAC This Exhibition is dedicated to

Aubrey Cummings

BAC Gallery, Pelican Craft Centre, Bridgetown (246) 426 4385 email:


Aubrey Cummings Artist, Musician Executive Member of B.A.C.


Aubrey Cummings R.I.P.

More of Aubrey’s art may be seen on




Artwork of local and Caribbean fine art and photography. The Tides Gallery, The Tides Restaurant, Holetown, St James. Open 7 days a week, 9am - 11pm. tel (246) 432 2084 or (246) 432 8356. email


Caribbean Door Series fine art photography by Corrie Scott 8" by 10" photograph printed with archival inks on acid free 100% cotton Fabriano watercolour paper. Framed $380Bds Unframed $150Bds Available from Corrie Scott. Tel +1 (246) 424 3965 and The Tides Gallery, The Tides Restaurant, Holetown, St James. Open 7 days a week, 9am - 11pm. tel (246) 432 2084 or (246) 432 8356.


On The Wall Art Gallery at; Champers Restaurant. Gallery at Earthworks in St Thomas. Tel 234 9145 Website ( recently updated with new works of art )


Saturday April 24th Aweipo Gallery presents “Constants and Waves”…. imagine a whirlwind of local talent ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with over 20 of the island’s current practicing artists exhibiting a range of works on paper, paintings, photographs, as well as sculptural and mixed media pieces. This exhibition will include works from artists such as Alison Chapman-Andrews, John Stuart, Winston Kellman, Everick Lynton, Sheena Rose, Nicholas Burnett, Corrie Scott, Heidi Berger, Martina Pilé and Susan Alleyne-Forde. “Constants and Waves” will run from April 24th to August 31 2010 Gallery hours Sun to Sat 10 am to 6pm. The Crane Village, The Crane, St Philip. T. 271 2839

“Constants and Waves� featuring 20 artists will run from April 24th to August 31st 2010




March 21st- April 6th 2010

Shells on the beach. Linocut on handmadepaper.

The Crane Village, The Crane, St Philip. T. 271 2839

Arawak Findings. Linocut on handmade paper.

AWEIPO GALLERY The Phoenix is the mythological bird which lives for several hundred years before devouring itself in fire and then beginning life anew, arising from the ashes, as a young Phoenix. This concept of rebirth or new life, directly connected with previous lives, and by extension immortality, is a metaphor extensively used in Norma Talma’s work. Norma’s oeuvre has gone through different stages and phases during her long and distinguished career. However, a common thread allows the viewer to clearly follow the progression of her creativity. This continuity in her themes, as well as in the use of various techniques, has been consistent from the early seventies. It is significant that her favourite and characteristic images of the sun, the sea, the clouds, and nature in general, have survived decades of visual exploration through her assemblages/collages using mixed media as a permanent trade mark in her work. Her current exhibition enables us to witness yet another new page in her life. Like the Phoenix myth, which is recognized for its gentleness, by living only on dew so as not to harm nature, Norma’s work succeeds in perpetuating her own legend by using a subtle translation of nature through a creative exploration of handmade paper. The series “After the Rain”, “Shellscape”, and “Windy Fields” all typically depict Norma’s close relationship with nature. To emphasise the prime importance of the forms she creates a three-dimensional surface using layers of paper in a more sculptural manner.

PHOENIX by NORMA TALMA The handmade paper becomes part and parcel of the work of art. The introduction of found material adds to the complexity of the compositions without distracting the viewer from the sensory quality of her themes. The Amerindian series treats the surface in a different manner. Though its bidimensionality contrasts with the nature series, it conserves this rich tactile quality throughout. In both” Amerindian Images” and “Amerindian Memories”, we are presented with a different reading of the images and content. Still there is a common denominator. The interaction of the multiple layers of handmade paper, combined with the linoprinting technique, reinforces the ever present sensory aspect of Norma’s work. Interestingly, in “Out of Shadow” #1 and #2, and “Regeneration” #1 and #2, Norma has personalized her sentiments so that these works combine the essence and artistic preoccupation of her work. The boldness and force of the first two and the gentleness, subtle treatment and symbolic content of the second two, reveal the continuity and revival of the artist through her tireless dedication to her own art as well as the development of art on a national scale. Finally “Phoenix” #1 literally fills us with pleasure, energy, and the wish to continue this intricate and captivating artistic voyage with Norma Talma. Its colourful combination of tones, imposing sculptural presence, and upward composition, set the tone for many more exhibitions in the future. Denyse Menard-Greenidge, Dip. Ecole des Beaux Arts, Dip. Ed. M.A.



Artist Statement For this 2010 solo exhibition, I continue my exploration of paper as an art medium. Engaged in a total art production, I have created the media as well as the artwork. However, the paper is simply the vehicle to express my feelings, thoughts and observations. This exhibition includes several sculptural collages. I have taken the linocuts to a further dimension, in that each one is printed on a “paper painting”, some with collage elements, and consequently they are all one of a kind. I have not been restricted by the rectangular format of the linocut, but have printed entire blocks, and parts of blocks, as I might have constructed and composed a painting or collage. Thematically, my work falls into three categories. First, the exploration of the patterns and forces of nature continues in the series “Born of the Sea”, “Shells on the Beach”, and “Shellscape”, as well as “Windy Fields” and “Song of the Waves”. The last three years of my life have been an arduous journey through devastating loss and sickness, but I continue to express joy and the affirmation and renewal of life in my art. This is evident in the series, “After the Rain”, “Out of the Shadows”, and finally “Phoenix” which exemplifies my present frame of mind and is the title of this exhibition. The third section of my work is informed by images of Amerindian and other early civilizations, as they represent the creation and continuity of life. These have become part of my personal iconography as shown in ”Mother Earth”, “Family Totem”,” Rebirth” and “Regeneration”. More than ever, my work reflects my philosophy of life in a poetic way, and has become more intensely personal. I present these works as a challenge as well as encouragement to others on similar journeys. Norma Talma The Crane Village, The Crane, St Philip. T. 271 2839




Mini gallery with local fine art lithographs and giclees by Corrie Scott and Margaret Rodriguez (and free wi fi ). Margaret Rodriguez Corrie Scott opposite First Caribbean NationalBank, Sunset Crest, St James

THE OLD PHARMACY GALLERY, SCULPTURE TERRACE & STAR BAR The Gallery is open Tues – Sat, 10am – 4pm Closed on bank and public holidays. (246) 234 2494

The Old Pharmacy Gallery are pleased to host an

Exhibition of Chinese Watercolours on behalf of

The People’s Republic of China Open for public viewing Tuesday May 4th Exhibition ends Saturday May 29th

THE OLD PHARMACY GALLERY, SCULPTURE TERRACE & STAR BAR The Gallery is open Tues – Sat, 10am – 4pm Closed on bank and public holidays.

THE OLD PHARMACY GALLERY, SCULPTURE TERRACE & STAR BAR The Gallery is open Tues – Sat, 10am – 4pm Closed on bank and public holidays. THE STAR BAR & SCULPTURE TERRACE Located directly opposite the Old Pharmacy. Wind Sculptures by Lyman Whitaker are displayed as part of the Lancaster Great House “Sculpture in the Garden” series together with works in coral stone by Jerome Radigois of Martinique. THE ART BARN A number of artists’ studios have been created within the Old Pharmacy building and will be occupied by emerging Barbadian artists. For further information email . The Star Bar & Sculpture Terrace opens at 5 p.m. The Gallery until 10 p.m. Tel 246.234 2494/252 4225 The Old Pharmacy Gallery, Queen Street, Speightstown, St Peter. For further information (246) 432 0458 or (246) 234 2494 or email Art and Sculpture images at The Old Pharmacy Gallery and Star Bar may be viewed on; ery#



“SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN” Wind Sculptures by Lyman Whitaker The Artists Club will meet at Lancaster on second Tuesday of every month. Further information from Martina Pile, Tel 432 8173 or



Musical THE SEVEN TONALITIES OF BLUE , Was performed April 10th and 11th in the Walcott Warner Theatre. Directed by Leandro Soto, Cuban Artist, the piece is inspired by the Yoruban Orishas, Yemaya (Goddess of the Ocean) and Eleggua (Son of Yameya and God of the pathways/communication and innovation). Integrating dance, poetry, theatre, media, music and song influences of the Caribbean; West African, European, Asian and Native American, the Seven Tonalities of Blue explores the many aspects of the female psyche.

Images from the THE SEVEN TONALITIES OF BLUE may be seen on

Images from the THE SEVEN TONALITIES OF BLUE may be seen on

Images from the THE SEVEN TONALITIES OF BLUE may be seen on

Orisha are guardian spirits. The Lucumi Yoruba believe in one Higher Power. They call him Olodumare. They believe that each person has a Guardian Spirit called an “Orisha”. Orisha are aspects of the Supreme Being that are manifested as forces of nature. When Yoruba slaves were brought to the New World they brought their beliefs with them. This belief system is known as Lukumi in Cuba, and Puerto Rico, though it is often referred to as “Santeria”. These beliefs are known as Candomble in Brazil, and Shango Baptist in Trinidad. Yemayá lives and rules over the seas and lakes. She also rules over maternity in our lives as she is the Mother of All. Her name, a shortened version of Yeyé Omo Eja means "Mother Whose Children are the Fish" to reflect the fact that her children are uncountable. All life started in the sea, the amneotic fluid inside the mother's womb is a form of sea where the embryo must transform and evolve through the form of a fish before becoming a human baby. In this way Yemayá displays herself as truly the mother of all. She partakes of Olokun's abundance as the source of all riches which she freely gives to her little sister Oshún. She dresses herself in seven skirts of blue and white and like the seas and profound lakes she is deep and unknowable. In her path of Okutti she is the queen of witches carrying within her deep and dark secrets. Her number is seven for the seven seas, her colors are blue and white, and she is most often represented by the fish who are her children.

Threads Ingrid Persaud hand-stitched cotton blanket 249cm x 168cm

INGRID PERSAUD People in my virtual community were asked to send a picture taken on a particular day and at a particular time. The resulting images are the focus of the gallery-based object displayed here. In cyberspace the object is experienced through the photo above. Shown at Morningside Gallery (Dec 2009 – Jan 2010) as part of the show Blanche


QUEEN’S PARK GALLERY “ A Stitch In Time” Shelah B. McGrath is an award winning Textile designer, who works largely in patchwork and appliqued quilted wallhangings, throws and bags. Her work explores traditional styles as well as vividly contemporary work. Opening of the exhibition on Sunday April 11th at 6.30pm. Exhibition ends May 8th. Queen’s Park Gallery is in Queen’s Park on Constitution Road. Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday. Tel - 427-2345, Mark Welch, literary arts officer at NCF has a wonderful newsletter on the literary arts . Please email him for details.

QUEEN’S PARK GALLERY The May exhibition at the Queen's Park Gallery is presented in honour of the 80th birthday of Kamau Brathwaite. The work reflects an understanding of the themes and approach to writing that is evidenced in Kamau's work. It is not an illustration to one of his poems, but captures the spirit of his life and work. The exhibition is a group show with each Artist supplying an explanatory text to accompany the artwork. The exhibition's private view is Sunday MAY 16TH AT 6.30PM AND CONTINUES UNTIL JUNE 26TH.




The Division of Fine Arts launches the 2010 season of Portfolio. This year the presentations include; May 5th at 7pm "Ward D12" - an exhibition of work by the BFA Graphic Design students at the Grand Salle and continuing until May 13th A monthly programme is produced of all lectures, music and theatre events . To receive it by email or post please email Dale A. Christie-Bourne (Mrs.) Secretary,Frank Collymore Hall Tel: 246-436-9083/84 Ext 6639 Direct Line: 227-8371 Fax1-246-228-2703 website

GALLERY OF CARIBBEAN ART Christine Taylor is the featured artist for the month of May

Northern Business Centre, Queen Street, Speightstown, St. Peter, Barbados Tel: (246) 419-0858



BRIDGETOWN GALLERY (Former Zemicon Gallery) Tel 246 430 0054 for details of upcoming exhibitions



Look at my Crosses (1) - LOVE

Look at my Crosses (2) - PAIN

THE TRILOGY – LOOK AT MY CROSSES! He told me he loved me ..would never leave me I fell for his words ….wore them like an armband close to my heart. “Has a lover ever left you?” he asked. “Never” I said “So you have always been the one to end it?” he asked. “Yes”, said I. He left without another word. I gave him an award… Oh! Look at my crosses!

Look at my Crosses (3) - PEACE

Rosemary Parkinson, author of Culinaria:The Caribbean and Nyam Jamaica, is the daughter of artist the late Gordon Parkinson. She has exhibited in the Caribbean and Europe. Rosemary now resides between Jamaica & Barbados. She is writing Barbados Bu’n-Bu’n, the third in her series on the culinary arts of the Caribbean. Recipient of a Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Award in 2009, Nyam Jamaica won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Easy Recipes, Best Design & Best Photography 2008 and a Gold for Gourmand Best World Cookbook Award Design in 2009.


My Message Don't imitate! INITIATE! We are Caribbean Class! Believe in each other and walk hand in hand towards our future rather than away from it. Let us actively be our own culture, understand and form our identity. Sara is at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design is part of the University of the Arts London and remains one of the most revered art institutions.


Exhibition will be open Mon to Fri from 2pm to 6pm and on Saturday from 10am to 2pm until Saturday May 30th. Other viewing times can be arranged by appointment. Tel 231 3002. Opening Hours 10pm to 5pm, Wed to Fri and by appointment. Closed on Bank Holidays ArtBeat is located in Staplegrove Plantation yard, approximately 1 km East of St. David’s Church. The entrance is immediately opposite an evangelical tent as you head towards Frere Pilgrim and Coral Ridge. We are the first building you come to when you enter the yard. ArtBeat services include:- Archival digital printing on paper & canvas for sizes over 8.5” x 11”. We can print on media up to 24” wide. - Stretching and matting - Copying of artwork for giclee printing - Sale of art from our gallery - Digital photography workshops.

THE FESTIVAL ART GALLERY An idea whose time has come Bringing Art To The People For more information Telephone 429 0296 email Curators Kathy Yearwood and Arlette St Hill

Community College. Gallery Reception May 6th, 7 pm “THE LINE UP" -the graduating exhibition of the BFA Studio Art students in the Morningside Gallery; and the Associate Degree Visual Arts Portfolio in the Art Studios, both in the Division of Fine Arts, Morningside Campus. Show ends May 14th.


The Division of Fine Arts launches the 2010 season of Portfolio. This year the presentations include; May 5th at 7pm "Ward D12" - an exhibition of work by the BFA Graphic Design students at the Grand Salle and continuing until May 13th May 6th at 7 pm - "Line Up" -the graduating exhibition of the BFA Studio Art students in the Morningside Gallery; and the Associate Degree Visual Arts Portfolio in the Art Studios, both in the Division of Fine Arts at the Morningside Campus and continuing until May 14th. There are theatre happenings, workshops, lectures and events. For more information please contact: Shaunelle Durham Tel: 426-2858, ext.5262 or 5259

RASHIDA BUTCHER ‘My present body of work is developed around the female high heel shoe as a material and metaphorical object. The work consists of pencil and pen & ink drawings as well as sculptures I am fortunate to have realized my passion and be able to live it every day of my life. This passion is my love for creating and observing art.For me art goes beyond skillful arrangement of formal elements. I see it as a vehicle to express my thoughts and ideas. I want my work to challenge and demand reactions from those who experience it.’



Wednesday, 5th May 2010 at 7pm Exhibition continues until Thursday, 13th May 2010 Hours ( except Sundays) 10am – 6pm Location: GRAND SALLE, CENTRAL BANK The Barbados Community College is pleased to announce the annual showcase of the Bachelor of Art Degree in Graphic Design Portfolio at the Grande Salle, Central Bank. Entitled ‘Ward D-12’, students explore concept and media through a variety of visual styles that reflect their personal and professional growth as designers. On display will be a range of topics including sequential art, (character) toy development, branding, book illustration, publication design, packaging, campaigns, web design, animation, typography, photography and video. D E S I G N E RS Jabari Batson-- Danielle Crebbin-- Richelle Durant-- Kiel Hinds-- Terrance Holder -- Kevin Ifill-- Tiffany Jenkins-- Christopher Leech-- Ajani Mcfarlane-- Faheema Patel-Tristan Roach-- Andrew Thornhill


"Find a job that you love and you will never have to work a day in your life“ - ancient Chinese proverb.





MARTINA PILE The Caribbean Life Collection is a series of Prints and Note-cards depicting various aspect of Caribbean Life.They are made from inks and water-color pencils originals, by awardwinning artist Martina Pile. Each card measures: (4"3/4 X 6"3/4) It comes with its own envelope and is individually wrapped in a transparent sealed bag:(7"14/16 X 5"1/8) Inside the note-card is blank They may be viewed on


The Barbados Photographic Society Inc. welcomes member of all capabilities regardless of whether you are a beginner, avid hobbyist or a professional. Regardless of your skill level you will find people with whom you can exchange ideas and learn from in The Society, whether it be pre or post production across all photographic mediums and genres. Website to be updated soon with events for 2010


Barbados National Art Gallery one step further. The National Art Gallery Act 2007 came into being October 1st by proclamation signed by C. Straughan Husbands, Governor General for Barbados. This event signals significant progress toward the actual National Art Gallery and the specific responsibilities within the law which will be the remit of the National Gallery.

NAGC Consultant Curator Nerys Rudder, on the invitation of Rotary International, will participate in a cultural and vocational exchange that will take her to the USA through Oregon and Northern California. For 6 weeks, starting April 23rd Nerys will visit 10 cities where she will make presentations to Rotary groups and visit galleries, raising awareness about the work of Barbadian visual artists and cultural producers. Follow Nerys’ adventures on her blog

Visit - ArtistNet is a FREE NAGC service for artists. Visual artists are invited to post their profile and images on ArtistNet; for artists already on ArtistNet, you may wish to update your profile and images from time to time. A new page has been added for NEWS FROM THE ARTISTS. Artists currently in the ArtistNet database are invited to submit updates and news on their current events and activities. Check this out in NEWS. For further information on contact the NAGC at +1 (246) 310 2700 or e-mail

THE NATIONAL ART GALLERY COMMITTEE NAGC CONSERVATION PROGRAMME WORKING TO RESTORE THE MONTEFORE FOUNTAIN The National Art Galley Committee is pleased to announce the continuation of it's Conservation and Education programme with the visit of the Puerto Rican objects conservator Mr. Angel SantiagoTorres. Mr. Santiago-Torres is currently restoring the Montefiore Fountain, a public monument dating back to 1864 and located opposite the Coleridge Street Library. This fountain previously located at Beckwith Place and moved to its present location in 1940, was given to the city by John Montefiore as a memorial to his father, John Castello Montefiore who died from Cholera in 1854. This Monument is one of the many fine examples of unique Barbadian built heritage that can be found in the area which has prompted the bid for the nomination of Bridgetown and the Garrison as a World Heritage Site. The Ministry of Transport and Works and the National Conservation Commission are assisting with this important restoration activity.


BARBADOS MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY The exhibition "Exposed: Images of Yesteryear" is on at the Barbados Museum, St. Ann's Garrison, St. Michael, from April 09 to June 11, 2010. This is your chance to see Farley Hill Great House before it burned and many other rare images of a Barbados that few of us will recognise. Immerse yourself in scenes of the island captured by early photographers both known and unknown. Take a visual stroll down Broad Street and the Pierhead in the late 1800s, both teaming with activity. See what Roebuck Street and River Road looked like over 100 years ago, and beyond the city limits, take in Joe’s River and Bathsheba of the early 1900s. Barbados of yesteryear is exposed through landscape images, portraits and even family albums. The scenes can be yours too, as reproductions of the images may be requested. These selections from the museum's collection allow visitors to examine the earliest commercially available photographic processes such as daguerreotype, tin type, albumen, glass plate negatives, callotype and the early twentieth century use of photographic gel images. This is a unique opportunity to see the changing views of Barbados through the photographic lens shortly after the invention of photography in 1832. Seminar by Bob Kiss who will demonstrate early photographic processes on Saturday, May 08, 2010 at 10:00 a.m A lecture on Monday, May 10, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. by Harclyde Walcott on early Barbadian photographers.


An exhibition will be held at the Barbados Museum of photographs from each participant in the recent National Geographic Photo Camp Barbados. From May 15 to July 14, 2010, members of the public will have a chance to see the results of the four-day workshop, during which disadvantaged students documented their environment under the guidance of National Geographic photographers Sam Abell and Matt Moyer. The Photo Camp was sponsored by the US Embassy, the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Breakwater Management Services, Goldcorp Insurance Company, Chancery Chambers and Allstate International Assignments Limited, and many other public and private sector entities contributed generously to make it a success. The work coming out of this initiative is outstanding. Come see for yourself! During Museum Open Day at the Barbados Museum on Saturday, 15th May, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the doors will be thrown open to welcome one and all free of cost! Help us to mark International Museum Day, which will be celebrated on 18th May under the theme “Museums for Social Harmony”. Come view not one, but two temporary exhibitions and join us for a chance to win and exciting prizes, and to get books and other merchandise at rock bottom prices in the Museum Gift Shop’s Clearance Sale. Monday to Saturday, 9am. to 5pm. and Sundays 2pm. to 6pm. St. Ann’s Garrison, St. Michael , Tel: 1-246-427-0201/ 1-246-436-1956 Fax: 1-246-429-5946 email


With over five years experience in teaching art to Children and Young Adults, the Art Splash! team offer Private Art Lessons for all ages, a colourful, exciting alternative for Birthday Parties, AfterSchool Classes and our own Exclusive Art Camps. With a wide range of inspiring approaches to art workshops and classes for all ages, the Art Splash! philosophy is not just about a solid, trusted educational experience – it’s about focusing on the individual imagination and developing each and every unique personal expression- in a safe, happy environment. Call the Art Splash team on +1 (246) 8347758 or +1 (246) 2280776 or email The Art Splash Centre, Hastings, Ch Ch (Pink building opp Board Walk


RAFZA NEHAUL STUDIO/GALLERY CRICKET. Three dimensional artist Rafza Nehaul invites you to join her on any Tuesday between 10am-3pm (or by appointment). Rafza is a multi media and mixed media artist who works with organic materials and is environmentally sensitive. The studio/gallery, 6, Brighton Beach. Tel 421 8188 or email SARAH’S ART SALON Sarah’s Chelsea Dinners, resume on 3 Saturday nights a month. Most of the art on the walls is for sale, although most people are more engaged in the lively social life at these events. This will soon include occasional readings, performance art, salons, and happenings, courtesy of certain literary suspects, some of the more antic patrons, and Sarah herself. For further information email

BEST OF CARIBBEAN TALES Barbados-born Dr. Brathwaite is currently Professor of Comparative Literature at NYU . Since the 1950's he has authored many outstanding ground-breaking works, including poetry and non-fiction, and awards recognising his achievements include the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Fulbright Fellowship, and recently, the Griffin Prize for "Born to Slow Horses". He is best known for originating the concept of Nation Language to describe the indigenous Caribbean languages of peoples descended from slaves. His contributions to a discourse on contemporary Caribbean and Africentric culture are without parallel. 4/10/kamau-brathwaite-presents-the-best-ofcaribbeantales-nyu/ Credits; Taken from blog by Frances Ann Solomon Frances-Anne Solomon is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and producer in film, TV, radio, theatre, and new media. Born in England of Trinidadian parents, she was raised and educated in the Caribbean and Canada before moving to Great Britain where she built a successful career with the BBC as a TV Drama Producer and Executive Producer. FRANCES ANN SOLOMON


GANG OF 4 The Cottage, Springvale Plantation.St. Andrew . tel 438 7883. CONSTANT GALLERY OF FINE ART Sculpture and fine art (by appointment only), (246) 429 2654 and 232 7830. email: FRANGIPANI ART GALLERY, Sugar Cane Club, Hotel and Spa, St. Peter. phone (246) 422 5026 A GALLERY, Royal Westmoreland, St James


FINE ART FRAMING LTD, Pelican Industrial Park, Bridgetown, Barbados - (246) 426-5325 FAST FRAME FACTORY, Dayrell’s Road, St Michael (246) 426 9994 THE ART DEN Art Supplies. Stretched canvases ranging from 14”x10” to 30”x24”; acrylic paint, tear off palettes, painting boards, sketch books & sketchpads, portfolios, matboard, black & white only & presentation boards in two sizes. BAC (Barbados Arts Council) members will receive between 10% off art supplies on presentation on their membership card. Art Den # 437 1019, ask for Marcia, Sandra or Elsa, email THE ART HUB Canvases, paints, brushes, stretchers, bars, mediums.Sumi supplies: Rice paper 8 by 20 Hosho, Unryu 24 by 36, Variety bamboo brushes, sumi ink. Watercolour paper, charcoal paper, pastel paper, various drawing media, willow charcoal, graphite compressed woodless (2B,4B,6B,8B) watersoluble, India ink, fixative, textile paint, dyes, fabric markers, silk lino, block printing ink, cutters, brayers, plus more email Art supplies. BAC (Barbados Arts Council) members will receive between 5% - 10% off most artsupplies on presentation on their membership card. tel: 432 2328 mobile: 266 5016. #163 Amaryllis Row, Cordia Avenue, Sunset Crest, St James


BAJAN REPORTER Supporter of the arts in Barbados. Wonderful New On Line Newspaper Congratulations to Bajan Reporter who has been a wonderful patron to the arts in Barbados by giving all art forms exposure in his newspaper and so helping our culture get out there. Wonderful advertising prices too. PROMOTE YOUR EVENT AT TOTALLY BARBADOS AT NO COST ! Do you have an event that you want everyone to know about? Then list your Event on the Totally Barbados Events Calendar and let us help you generate more public awareness of what’s going on in Barbados at any given time. Simply click on the below link to Submit An Event� at no cost to you and be a part of our Monthly Events Calendar; one of the largest event calendars for Barbados! No event is too big or too small - simply fill in all relevant information such as the date, time and descriptions of each event to let it be known throughout Barbados and across the World Wide Web.

NEW AND UPDATED ARTIST WEBSITES NEW Artist Alison Chapman-Andrews Artist Tonya Wiles

RECENTLY UPDATED Barbados Arts Council Corrie Scott Lancaster Great House Gallery Arlette St Hill Golden Fern Leaves by Alison Chapman-Andrews




‘ I offer half day sessions at my studio on Wednesdays and Fridays. It is an introduction to, or review of, the elements and principles of design and experimentation with various media (not oils). I will work with you where you're at, helping you to find your own direction.’ Format: 30 + min intro talk/ demo, 90+ minutes work, 30 minutes critique When: Wednesday and Friday morning 9:30 am 12:30 noon Where: my for address (246-427-8023) Cost: $50 per morning, pay as you go


Fielding Babb at THE MAIN GUARD Introductory Art Classes. Every Thursday from 1pm – 3pm Barbadian artist Fielding Babb and BARP invites people to join Fielding at The Main Guard ( building with clock tower) Verandah, The Garrison. People need to bring an hb pencil, a 3B pencil and a sketch pad and participate in what will be and enjoyable, enlightening and creative experience. To confirm this and for more information please contact BARP or Fielding Babb SUMI-A ART CLASSES The Art of Sumi-e: Classes of traditional Japanese art form with a contemporary flavor at Leandro Soto Art Studio in Prospect, St.James. Classes include lecture/demonstrations and meditation exercises as preparation for the technique. Every Tuesday from 7:00pm till 8:30pm. For detail information of class cost art materials needed you can write to or call by phone at (246) 421 9125 Leandro Soto’ Studio in Prospect, Saint James website . MARK MAYNARD Art Classes on Saturdays. All Year Through. Re opens Saturday January 9th. Under the tutelage of Mark Maynard. Tel - 828-7869/432-0762 ARTS SPLASH For more information call Elayne on 8347758 or 2280776



SARAH’S ART SALON & DINNER #2, Chelsea Gardens, Chelsea Road, St.Michael Call 435-3563 or 830-8904. email Sarah’s Chelsea Dinners, resume on 3 Saturday nights a month. Most of the art on the walls is for sale, although most people are more engaged in the lively social life at these events. This will soon include occasional readings, performance art, salons, and happenings, courtesy of certain literary suspects, some of the more antic patrons, and Sarah herself. Please reserve at least 24 hours in advance. With advance notice, vegetarian alternatives can be arranged.



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Barbados Arts Events May 2010  

Fine arts receptions, workshops, classes, gallery openings, new art websites and news in the artworld in barbados. Come join us.