Jamaican Artists

Raymond Watson has lived and worked in Jamaica, Trinidad, and London, and exhibited across the Caribbean, the United States, South America and England. He has mounted public sculptures in London, Kingston, and Port of Spain, as well as being... read more
Basil Watson was one of the first students to benefit from the Jamaica School of Arts removal to its new campus as part of the Cultural Training Centre. He feels he was fortunate to be taught by a diverse range of tutor including Christopher... read more
There is something heroic about Barrington Watson's commitment to the painting of Jamaica and it's people. He paints for posterity. In the vein of French salon painters such as Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863) or Alexandre Cabanel (1823... read more
Aubrey Williams was born in Georgetown, British Guiana. He received informal art tutoring from the age of three and joined the Working Peoples’ Art Class at 12. He trained as an agronomist, working for eight years as an agricultural field officer... read more
Donnette Zacca graduated from the Edna Manley College some twenty-five years ago and within that time she feels she has accomplished a lot in her career. She feels her training in both Graphic Design, Photography and Education has contributed... read more

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Paddlin Spirit, a 30 minute documentary about Laura Facey's work, will be screened on Sunday, 28th January, at 1pm, at the Cove Cinema in Ocho Rios.

 

The documentary is being...

The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) has implemented several measures aimed at promoting the island’s museums. These include opening museums to the public on Saturday to allow more people to view the large collections of...

In celebration of Black History, the Highgate Gallery will open a new exhibition dedicated to Art inspired by the Jamaican culture. The exhibition will feature five Jamaican artists Leonar Dalley,Christopher Harris,...

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