Art Galleries Jamaica

One of Kingston's newest Art Galleries, offering an extraordinary collection of fine art, finely crafted accent furniture, collectibles and other unique Jamaican items.
Founded in 2008, and conveniently located in Kingston, Jamaica, SANAA STUDIOS was created to provide a training ground for Artists and Art Enthusiasts wishing to achieve excellence in Traditional and Contemporary Art. Our mission is to provide creative and practical art classes given in a series of workshops by qualified, experienced instructors drawn from the diverse and amazing body of talented Artists in Jamaica. Their years of professional experience, knowledge and hands-on approach will help you explore your artistic potential.    
The two-storey building, which is the former office of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, now features an exhibit space, the Símon Bolívar Exhibit Hall to commemorate the Venezuelan liberator’s stay in Jamaica in 1815, and provides a link to the architectural period that existed at the time of his stay in Kingston. The cultural centre pays tribute to the Venezuelan liberator and National Hero, who resided in Jamaica in 1815. The facility houses an interpretive museum, library, administrative block, an exhibit hall and a 350-seater multi-cultural centre. It builds on the Bolivarian concept of cultural enlightenment offering opportunities for young children to be exposed to the cultural and performing arts.   
The Gene Pearson Gallery is a new commercial art gallery in New Kingston. Email Address: genepearsongallery@rhotelja.com

Art Bytes

Grovesnor Galleries has morphed into an everything spot.

It has started a jazz series whose first concert was a big hit. The Grovesnor Cafe is doing brisk business and now has a Friday Night Wild Wings...

The City of Atlanta has selected Jamaican sculptor Basil Watson   to create a double life-size statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The statue sit in downtown Atlanta near two of its landmarks: the CNN Headquarters...

Ebony G Patterson has a new exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art in a show titled “An Intervention…made for kids.” Her designs of 150 hand embellished toy guns are installed in the permanent galleries of the museum...

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