Jamaican Artists

Shawn Ashman attended the Edna Manley School of the Visual and Performing Arts in 2005, and since then has developed art-related goods and services. Shawn produces fine art and mixed media pieces using acrylic on canvas and board as her main... read more
In an era when pottery was still regarded as a lesser art form Cecil Baugh was a pioneer in educating Jamaican art lovers and gaining their respect for its fine art status. Cecil Baugh first developed an interest in clay making and ceramics as a... read more
Born in Scotland, Valerie Bloomfield studied in Glasgow and moved to Jamaica as a young artist. She began to exhibit regularly in group exhibitions and quickly established a name for herself because of her unerring sense of realism and ability to... read more
As an influential artist as well as the Chief Curator (Director Emeritus) of the National Gallery of Jamaica, David Boxer has had a significant impact on Jamaica's art and its artists. He has consciously steered Jamaican art in new directions.... read more
Everald Brown's art and spirituality are intricately bound together. His painting, sculptures and patterned musical instruments, become more vivid as his understanding of his environment, the world and his place in the universe matures. His complex... read more
Eric Cadien attended the 'art school' during the dynamic seventies when self- reliance and self-determination became the political watch-words that guided Jamaica beyond independence towards self-government and Democratic Socialism. At the Jamaica... read more
The development of Ralph Campbell's career as a painter parallels similar developments in Jamaica's modern art history. It is not surprising that his maturation as a painter mirrors the same process of maturation in Jamaica's cultural institutions,... read more

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Art Bytes

Registration for Liberty Hall's Annual Summer Arts programme opens June 25 - July 6, 2018. Children will learn about Marcus Garvey while engaging Kingston through the arts.

The programme is open to children...

Art workshop for children ages 7-13 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, the registration fee is $3500, cost includes Art supplies, lunch and field trips. The workshop starts July 17, 2018, to July 27th, 2018...

Five previously publicly unseen works by Jamaica’s first and finest intuitive artist, John Dunkley (1891-1947), were revealed at the opening of John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night at the National Gallery of Jamaica...

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