The Old Pharmacy Gallery in Speightstown – Soon to host Movie Classics & Lancaster 2010 Season

SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN

Wind Sculptures by Lyman Whitaker

Monday 28th December 2009 – 30th January 2010

THROUGH THE EYES OF A MUSE

The Photography of Pattie Boyd – A collection of playful and personal photographs of some of rock music’s greatest figures together with superb photographs by Bob Kiss.

Two major works by Ras Ishi Butcher which form part of the exhibition Secret Diaries will also be on display.

Friday 5th February – Monday 8th February 2010

LANCASTER'S WINTER SEASON 2009/2010: Exhibitions are available for viewing Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. December through May 2010

LANCASTER'S WINTER SEASON 2009/2010: Exhibitions are available for viewing Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. December through May 2010

TAILS OF THE GREEN MONKEY

MICHAEL JACKSON

Recent works including Barbadian Wildlife together with sculpture by Steve Winterburn.

Friday 12th February – 27th February 2010

COLOURS OF HOPE II An exhibition of photography by Andre Williams and Corrie Scott including superb examples of Barbadian art.

Thursday 4th March – 8th May 2010

AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART

To coincide with the Holders Season and the 20/20 Cricket Series. The Artists Club meets at Lancaster Great House on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m

Contact Martina Pile for details at zahlespil.martina@gmail.com

The Gallery at Lancaster Great House and The Old Pharmacy Gallery would like to thank the following for their invaluable support and advice:

Sir Martyn and Lady Arbib

Belvedere Consultants Ltd

Dr. Michelle Maynard

Corrie Scott

JE Security Ltd

Phoenix Protection Services

Blue Circle Valet Parking

Royal Westmoreland Golf and Country Club

Speightstown Properties Ltd

U.N.I.C.E.F.

and

Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon

For further information

Tel 246 432 0458

The Old Pharmacy Gallery is open Monday and Tuesday 10 am – 5 pm

Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Closed on all public holidays.

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS WITHIN THE GALLERY

Monday 11th January – Saturday 30th January

SECRET DIARIES: An exhibition of recent works by Ras Ishi Butcher. Monday 1st February – Saturday 13th February LONDON CALLING: Work created by William Cookson, Artist in Residence at Lancaster Great House.

THE ART BARN A number of artists’ studios have been created within the Old Pharmacy building and will be occupied by the Artists in Residence at Lancaster Great House and emerging Barbadian artists. Disciplines include portraiture, abstract, creative ceramics, sculpture and collage works. The artists’ studios are open to the public during daytime Gallery hours.

THE STAR BAR & SCULPTURE TERRACE The Star Bar and Sculpture Terrace are 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. During the evenings Wednesday through Saturday (from 5 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.)

The Star Bar and Sculpture Terrace will be transformed into the ultimate Apres Plage wine bar where one can meet friends after a day on the beach or before dining out in one of the West Coast restaurants. Enjoy The Star Bar’s Caribbean setting under the stars, on the edge of the beach surrounded by art – on the terrace and in The Old Pharmacy Gallery which will remain open until 10 p.m.

Watch nostalgia in action, enjoy a glass of wine from the bar, and bring a picnic

Watch nostalgia in action, enjoy a glass of wine from the bar, and bring a picnic

THE CLASSIC MOVIE SEASON

Starting in the New Year a season of classic movies is planned for Tuesday evenings including Casablanca, It Happened One Night, Island in the Sun, Gone with the Wind, the Sound of Music.

Watch nostalgia in action, enjoy a glass of wine from the bar, and bring a picnic. Reservations essential as seating is limited.

For further information email starbar@sunbeach.net

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