Grenada Chocolate Festival Art Exhibit

  If its nice, do it twice!  Actually this is the third time.  Multiples.  Art and Chocolate.  Paintings, Sculpture, Video–Grenada’s artists using all of the creative force to express this powerful component of our culture.  Don’t Miss it!  Tuesday, 17th May 5:30 pm at Susan Mains Gallery at Spiceland Mall.  See you there with smiles!…

Contemporary Art — Big Ideas Well Expressed

The Susan Mains Gallery at Spiceland Mall pulsed with Energy last Thursday evening as the exhibition of Grenada Contemporary 2015 was opened to the public. The work of the thirteen artists was found to be intriguing by the young, engaged minds of the many who came out to show support. The call to participate that…

Grenada Contemporary 2015– We invite you

  Artists: Christina Cornier, Oliver Benoit, Asher Mains, Andrea McCloud, Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe, Suelin Low Chew Tung, Jason Cambell, Frederika Adam, Tony LaHee, Rene Froehlich, Targhyl Thomas, John Henry Thursday, 10th December, 5:30 pm  Susan Mains Gallery at Spiceland Mall

Call to Artists — Contemporary Grenada 2015

Contemporary Grenada 2015 Open call for artist participation. The Contemporary Grenada Art Exhibition in September of 2014 was a historic moment in the lives of Grenadian artists; two curators from Cuba assessed the work, and had interviews with the participating artists. Several opportunities arose from this exhibition in 2015, including the Grenada National Pavilion at…

Art and Chocolate–Great Connector of People

    Christina Cornier writes about her experience participating at the Art exhibition of the Grenada Chocolate Festival. My husband and I moved to Grenada, West Indies at the beginning of the year for him to attend medical school at St. George’s University. As the significant other of a medical student I was on my…

Meet our newest artist, Richard Jack

Richard Jack was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, 1949.  He began his career as an artist in 1976 in South Africa, painting and sculpting and exhibiting in Johannesburg and Durban.  He returned to newly independent Zimbabwe in 1981 and then began working with wood, stone and steel.  Due to the political unrest and economic uncertainty, in…

10 Ways to Develop Your Own Artistic Style

Here is an article I wrote a few years ago that I think is time to dust off and revisit. Enjoy! ———— The development of a personal artistic style or concept is crucial, not only to differentiate yourself from the plethora of other practicing artists but also to find fulfillment in expressing your own ideas.…