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Nancy Nicholson


Tel: 764-8035 Email: Jennifer Meranto’s stunning collection of hand-tinted photos of Antigua and the Caribbean are increasingly popular, as are her unique one-off shots capturing the essence of island life. Jennifer also has original art made from reclaimed materials found on Antigua’s beaches. Visitors welcome at her Turtle Bay Studio by appointment.


Tel: 782-1384 Email: Shem Alexander is an emerging young visual artist who works in oils and acrylics on textured surfaces. He is recognized for his innovative and unique paintings on the West Indian Turpentine Tree bark. He also paints portraits and figures inspired by the traditional Antiguan way of life. Shem’s work can be found at Art at the Ridge Gallery in Jolly Harbour.

Stephen Murphy

CEDARS POTTERY Buckley’s Road Tel: 460-5293 Email: Imogen Margrie and Michael Hunt produce original pieces in urban ware and porcelain clay. Michael’s sculptures in stone and wood are much sought-after.


Seaview Farm Tel: 463-1888 Hyacinth Hillhouse continues in the tradition begun by her grandmother and mother of making coalpots and other items from local clay – a pleasure to behold. Michael Hunt at Cedars Pottery

JANE SEAGULL Tel: 734-8945 Jane has an eclectic and, at times quirky, approach to art. Whilst acrylic, oil and watercolour is the standard palette, her papier maché creations are ‘off the wall’ fun!


Coolidge Tel: 562-1264 The Pottery Shop, Redcliffe Quay Tel: 462-5503 Email: The longest-established pottery in Antigua is where Sarah Fuller produces her unique mobiles and sconces, together with bowls, plates and lamps finished in highly attractive glazes.


The Antiguan 2014