We have been featured!

The amazing Corrie Scott of Barbados puts out this art and event guide every month.  We are so appreciative that she included our recent show at Art Medellin in Colombia. Click here to to see the great coverage!  You can also see some of the great art and photography happening in Barbados. November 2016 Arts…

When Grenadians Come Home

  August is the traditional month when Grenadians who live abroad come home to visit.  Considering that there are more Grenadians who live in the United States, Canada, and Europe than there are in our island, it is quite an overwhelming homecoming!  Family reunions, School reunions, Carnival, Carriacou Regatta, Emancipation Celebrations, all compel travelers to…

A little run-a-way to Barbados

Contemporary Caribbean Art — an unexpected rise. Grenadian artists Susan Mains and her son Asher Mains and a few artist friends took a trip to Italy in 2013 to see the Venice Biennale. It was a look see. Could Grenada possibly participate in this world famous art event. It was a dream—a day dream. Fast…

Benoit Builds with Bricks of Identity

Oliver Benoit’s “Anima Externalised” Approaching Oliver Benoit’s solo show titled, “Anima Externalised”, viewers will see familiar elements of Benoit’s paintings but Grenada’s foremost abstractionist offers new and provoking material based on Grenada’s collective identity and heritage. “Anima” is a psychology term coined by Carl Jung that is an archetype of collective unconsciousness. The paintings, depicting…

More Caribbean Dancing Girls, from Susan Mains

Recent cultural excursions to the small island of Carriacou, have resulted in big rewards.  The big drum dance, which harkens back to African cultural traditions, has many variations of dance which accompany.  Carriacou is a part of Grenada, as is Petit Martinique. Here are just a few of the recent paintings that have been inspired.…