July 2007 Arts Happenings by Corrie Scott (Shameless Plug)

  • #17 Art Gallery Pavilion Court, Hastings, Church Church

Artist Corrie Scott‘s studio/gallery. Original fine art and photography, limited edition offset lithographic reproductions, prints and cards. From $5 up. Website full of prints, art and photography

Tel (246) 424 3965 or 233 6078 – email: corriescott46@hotmail.com for viewing appointment (as Corrie may be out painting or photographing).

Tel 432 3987 email : margaret@hfcb.net


  • Artists Club features ?Concept to The Catwalk?. Tina Puckerin (puckerintina@yahoo.com) will host the evening with Fashion designer Raj Paul who will bring along a few models and give us a little demonstration from concept to the catwalk. Lancaster Great House on

    Tuesday July 10th, from 6.30 onward. All are welcome. As usual, contributions towards our Buffet & Bar are always welcome. Those who would like to renew their annual membership are welcomed to do so. Guests & non-members pay a Bds $10.00 contribution towards expenses.



  • Tides Art Gallery at The Tides Restaurant, Holetown, St James. 7 days a week. Each month there will be a piece of art donated by artists to raise funds for The Barbados Children?s Trust. This month?s donated piece is by Corrie Scott. Group show of fine art and photography

Tel: 262 6241m or 262 6238m

email: c.forter.cheeatow@caribsurf.com


  • The Morningside Gallery, Barbados Community College presents ?The Artistic Licence Art Exhibition? featuring artists Alex Carrington / Michael Burke / Debbie-Ann Estwick / Rommel James. ?To put it simply, we entitled the show “Artistic License” because we wanted to explore what art we could produce without having boundaries. After all, what is art without the freedom of expression? The exhibition includes some of the more traditional types of paintings, but there are also some pieces that we were more playful with, incorporating other fields within the arts such as fashion and literature.?. The Exhibition will run from Sunday July 22nd until Friday July 27th, 2007. Hours 10am-7pm daily


  • Barbados Arts CouncilPelican Craft Centre, Bridgetown (246) 426 4385.

?Cropover? Group Show. Also a large selection of lithographs and cards

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  • A Garden Affair in aid of The Hope Sanctuary at Hunte’s Nursery, St Joseph from 10.00 am – 6.00 p.m. “Come and view Anthony’s Incredible Hidden Garden“. Tickets are Bds$20.00 – Children under 14 Free. The cost of the ticket allows one an entry to “The Incredible Hidden Garden” where art, craft, jewellery, food and drinks will be on sale.

Juliana‘s contact details are: e-mail: paintedearth@hotmail.com Tel: 428-1449 Cell: 231-0335


  • Zemicon Gallery hosts a Group Show, James Fort Building, Hincks Street, Bridgetown

Email; zemicon@caribsurf.com Tel: 430 0054 or 432 0222, opening hours: Tuesday/Thursday/Friday(s): 10-4 & Wednesday(s): 10-2 .


  • Gang of 4 Gallery,The Cottage, Springvale Plantation .St. Andrew Tel 438-7883


  • On The Wall at Champers Restaurant, South Coast . On The Wall also has a gallery at Earthworks in St Thomas


  • Fine Art Framing Limited Pelican Industrial Park, Bridgetown, Barbados(246) 426-5325


  • Queen?s Park Gallery Bridgetown. National Cultural Foundation hosts ?Catalyst? by Christine Hinds-Wellman. Opening night, Sunday July 8th at 6.30pm. Show continues until August 4th. Tel 427 2345.


  • Constant Gallery Fine Art for floors and walls is a unique gallery offering sculpture, fine art and a diverse range of investment quality Persian carpets – situated on Hwy 4 between Bulkely Factory and the Essco roundabout (By appointment only), Christopher Robinson (246) 429 2654 and 232 7830. email: tradersrealty@caribsurf.com


  • The Morningside Gallery, Barbados Community College presents ?The Artistic Licence Art Exhibition? featuring artists Alex Carrington – Michael Burke – Debbie-Ann Estwick – Rommel James. ?To put it simply, we entitled the show “Artistic License” because we wanted to explore what art we could produce without having boundaries. After all, what is art without the freedom of expression? The exhibition includes some of the more traditional types of paintings, but there are also some pieces that we were more playful with, incorporating other fields within the arts such as fashion and literature.?. The Exhibition will run from Sunday July 22nd until Friday July 27th, 2007. Hours 10am-7pm daily

  • Gallery of Caribbean Art in Speightstown is featuring a Caribbean Group Show


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