The works of 15 seasoned and amateur artists, are currently on display at the Barbados Museum. However, Last Sunday you only had from 4:00 pm to 5:30 to meet and hear the Artists, so this means every artist chats for about 2 minutes each? What time is left for interacting with the creators? Unfortunately since last Sunday was very busy I had to skip the brief interlude, I am accustomed to when meeting artists runs from six until about 8:30 pm at a more relaxed pace.

"Cave Leaf Arch" this could be one of the pictures of Alison Chapman-Andrews on show at the Museum, go there to find out!

The exhibition, called “Originals”, is on daily at the Garrison, St. Michael institution until Saturday, December 18. It will be open to the public from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Featured artists include Alison Chapman-Andrews, Goldie Spieler, Juliana Inniss, Sarah Venable, Professor Henry Fraser, John Stuart, Ann Rudder and Leslie Taylor.

The works of Linda Hook, Kathryn St. Hill, Margaret Belgrave, Mary Gibbs, Anthony Fields, Jill and Gordon Hamilton, will also be on display.

For further information, please contact the Barbados Museum at 427-0201 or by emailing museum@caribsurf.com.

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  1. I didnt think that the evening was hort at all, in fact it actually went on for an extra 1/2 hour and artists did not indictae that they felt rushed in nay way form or fashion. It was a lovely evening and from all reports those present said that it was one of the best evenigns that they had had with the artist. having gone to another one, only two of the five artist exhibiting actually attended.


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