Jamaican Artists

There is something ethereal about Kereina Changfatt's work. They are tender fragile forms that speak to temporality and the difficulty of location. In many ways they represent the artist's own life experience and her sense of dislocation, at once... read more
Camille Chedda's talent is precocious. As a fairly recent graduate of the Edna Manley College (Dip.Hons, 2007) she has already established an enviable exhibition record, having her works appear in in two Jamaica National Biennials (2006, 2008) as... read more
Educated at the Jamaica School of Art, Margaret Chen left Jamaica after graduating with distinction to pursue post-graduate studies in Canada at York University, Ontario. It was in Canada also that she began her career as a sculptor, exhibiting in a... read more
Albert Chong is a contemporary artist working in the mediums of photography, installation, sculpture and artist books. His works have dealt directly with personal mysticism, spirituality, race, identity and numerous other topics as well as... read more
Alexander Cooper, a renowned and respected Jamaican artist, was born in Enfield (St. Mary) Kingston, Jamaica (West Indies) in 1934. His work has been displayed in exhibitions around the world, including New York, Mexico, Canada, London, and Germany... read more
Keisha Costello is a Jamaican artist living and working in Kingston. She studied painting and graduated from the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts. Since then her work has been shown at the National Gallery of Jamaica and in other... read more
Although few details are known about this Henry Daley's life, his paintings many of which are self-portraits, provide insight into his short, poignant career as an artist. Even so, Daley's paintings are highly personalized depictions and for this... read more

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Art Bytes

Jamaican born Multimedia artist,Ebony Patterson won the 2018 Stone & DeGuire Contemporary Art Awards with sculptor Jill Downen. The award was presented by the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at...

Ebony Patterson doesn’t romp. In January, Jamaica’s hottest artist received a United States Artists Fellowship Award in the visual arts. Fellowships are unrestricted awards recognizing artists for their contribution...

Grosvenor Galleries invites teens and adults to their two hour guided macrame class on January 27th, 2018 at 4pm. All class materials will be provided. Class admission is $3000. For further information visit...

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