The National Cultural Foundation cordially invites Bajans to THE ART SUPERMARKET or: THE FIFTY DOLLAR STORE at the Queen’s Park Gallery at Pelican Craft Centre

This year’s ART SUPERMARKET becomes the Fifty Dollar Store, where each item costs BDS $50! There will be a wide variety of items, such as lampshades, jewellery, prints, paintings, ceramics,bags, wine,children’s clothes, cushion covers, shoes, photography, wood carvings and many more unusual items. Artists such as Lilian Sten-Nicholson, Fred Odle, Omowale Stewart, Juliana Inniss, Natalie Atkins, Ashanti Trotman, Sally Henry, Alison Callendar, Wayne Smith & Roslyn Watson and many others. This wil;l be a wonderful opportunity to add to your collection of Barbadian Art at an extremely affordable price and buy unusual presents for Christmas.

{FILE IMAGE - EXAMPLE, NOT NECESSARILY FOR SALE} Wood Carving from Ashanti Trotman

The stock is replenished as items sell, but in this case, everything is unique. Throughout the duration of the exhibition, which continues until January 14th, the work on display will change, so visit the exhibition often and tell your friends. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Guest Curator is Arlette St Hill.

{FILE IMAGE - EXAMPLE, NOT NECESSARILY FOR SALE} A taste of the style from Natalie Atkins' brushwork

The Gallery is located on the Harbour Road side of Pelican, next door to Roslyn’s of Barbados.If you park in front of the Barbados Arts Council, you would take a foot path in the grassy area to the left of the BAC and walk until you see Sylvester’s Restaurant. Roslyn’s of Barbados (MISS THIS SHOP AND MISS A LOT) is obliquely opposite Sylvester’s and next to Roslyn is QPG. If you park at the back of Pelican, not far from Fine Art Framing, walk through the path next to Sylvester’s (a cream building with white fretwork) and you’ll see Roslyn’s ahead and we are next door.

The Gallery telephone numbers are as follows: 429-3117 or 427-2345. Call if you get lost.

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