Permanent Impermanence – Curator’s Statement

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CURATORIAL STATEMENT I feel a sense of being when I inhale deeply, when I stop to breathe, admire and contemplate. As humans, we are constantly reminded about our impermanence.  The most forceful reminder is death.  The impact is of higher magnitude when the person is close to you. On 12th September 2018 Vashti Riley passed on.  I had the distinct … Read More

Juliana Inniss

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My pottery contains the visual imagery of an island. My bowls, vases, and boxes often record, document the local flora and sometimes the extraordinary patterns from the most mundane of objects. The creation of my work is the process of seeing textures, patterns and details in nature and the environment around me and capturing and recording these patterns on the … Read More

Kraig Yearwood

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Yearwood says that his approach is partially intuitive while also influenced by minimalist sensibilities. His compositions certainly feature a sense of structure and order that we often associate with graphic design, yet these elements are often broken or interrupted by marks that suggest another layer of idiosyncratic reasoning. Yearwood states that although there is usually a root concept or story … Read More


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Cher-Antoinette is a scientist and an emerging artist who started in earnest in 2014. Her work is quite diverse, and presently she is exploring the synergies between science and art with an interest in illustration. Her works can be considered almost a visual diary, and are primarily affected by those aspects of her life that have influenced her. Her mediums … Read More

Alison Chapman-Andrews

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My living room doubles as my studio. I work in acrylics on canvas. I use watercolours and drawing in various media, mainly pencil, during research. All my research dating back to 1974 are held in black sketchbooks. They are now a resource for me. I enjoy working large, with bright colour and have used as a starting point the local … Read More

Jason B Hope

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Jason Brent Hope was born in 1978 in Barbados and creates mainly sculpture using locally accessible materials such as cement fondue, metal, found objects and clay. A student of Queen’s College Jason would have pursued an Associate Degree in Fine Arts at the Barbados Community College and received instruction from the likes of Karl Broodhagen and Stanley Greaves. His work … Read More