Aqua Restaurant in Hastings features Barbadian Sculptor in Unique form of Exhibition

According to the Times in London, Aqua Restaurant is “…a brisk blast of fresh air blowing through [Barbados’] restaurant business.” That comment was made two years ago, and Aqua is still going strong.

Now they use art as an augmentation of their culinary expressions.

In particular, Bill Grace, a multi-skilled gent who counts Frank Lloyd Wright among his influences. In February he showed his musical side at Las Palmas, and at QPG recently he exhibited some digital presentations.

He is also an illustrator of children’s books and Barbados donated one of Bill’s works to US President Bill Clinton when that leader stayed at Heron Bay back in 1997.

Bill is very well known for his mandalas, working in Ceramics and also crafting mobiles, this official sales launch at Aqua shows most of his skills out to the fore.

Always exhibiting at the lauded restaurant, there was a recent concentrated effort to get folks to actually BUY the beautiful works – and I saw an overseas couple actually doing that while snapping away there the other day, among those present were the founder of Sunbeach while Stanley Greaves hobnobbed with Brazil’s Ambassador.

The nice thing about the owners at Aqua is that they agreed to let Bill’s larger works appear until they’re sold!

When you go south and feeling peckish, why not head for Aqua and see what tickles your fancy?

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