Jamaican Artists

The contradiction in Nakazzi’s work is her desire to move away from materiality towards a greater sense of spirituality, and to do this, she sets up a tension between the object and the space around it. Even as she is constructing her... read more
O'Neil Lawrence is a trained photographer and a graduate of both the University of the West Indies and the Edna Manley College of The Visual and Performing Arts. His work questions the new World experience and what it means to be Jamaican. Because... read more
Judy Ann MacMillan is one of Jamaica's foremost academic painters. Born in Kingston but trained in Scotland she brings to her work a unique synthesis of technical ability and subjective intimacy that only a Caribbean artist can achieve.Returning... read more
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, W.I., Patsy Mair studied Painting as an adult, beginning seriously in the 1970s tutored by George Rodney, one of Jamaica's master artists. Certification in the discipline was gained in 1996 with the award of the Diploma in... read more

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Art Bytes

Radiant Earth, a new interactive book by sculptor Laura Facey,is now available at iBooks. With 200 images, 5 videos and 17 audio clips, Radiant Earth represents tens years of Laura's work in prints and installations,...

Jamaican-born artist Shoshanna Weinberger was featured in the group show America, Through Artists' Eyes, at the New Jersey State Museum October 30, 2014 to April 5, 2015. America, through Artists’ Eyes shows works by...

The National Gallery of Jamaica has resumed its innovative child art programme, Saturday Art Time. Active since September 2009, the programme consists of several gallery based art workshops for children age 8 to 15....

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