Exhibited five major works at the latest Lyes & Jones show State of the Art in Hoxton, London in November 14 2012 The painted relief sculpture Treasuring our Differences was sold during the exhibition. * Soiree du Coeur 61cm x 178cm 2012
A core focus of Afrika Eye film festival 2012, is dedicated to celebrating 50 years of independence for Jamaica. Showing Jamaica in all its raw, gritty and glorious reality, the programme blends subtle hues of history and politics from the newest and best Jamaican films, guest curated by renowned artist of Jamaican heritage, Graeme Evelyn. Evelyn […]
OUT OF MANY, ONE London debut solo exhibition at the Jamaica High Commission, as part of JA 50 and 2012 Jamaica Independence celebrations. PREVIEW: FRIDAY 13th JULY, 6:30PM – 9PM in the presence of the High Commissioner for Jamaica, Her Excellency Aloum Ndombet Assamba.
OUT OF MANY, ONE London debut solo exhibition at the Royal Commonwealth Society supported and endorsed by the Jamaican High Commission, as part of JA 50 and 2012 Jamaica Independence celebrations.
THE QUEENS GALLERY EDINBURGH 2012 Contributed to the film which will accompany the forthcoming exhibition at The Queens Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse that “Brings together some of the finest treasures from the Royal Collection to celebrate Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012”. Requested by The Royal Collection to give insights as a contemporary artist, into […]
Reading The Riots You may have read reports about the two major riots in Stokes Croft, Central Bristol UK in April 21/28 2011. I have lived and worked in this area for over a decade. In 2009, the new Museum of Bristol commissioned and acquired the large painted relief sculpture, Reading the Riot (Act). a […]
Saint Stephens Artist in Residence As part of the artist in residence program, at Saint Stephens, I have been presenting a series of changing alternating exhibitions in Saint Stephens Café leading up to the unveiling of the Reconciliation Reredos in December 2010. These shows will present finished residency altarpiece study and research works, including an […]
Invited to attend and to be a panellist on Networks That Work For You with international curator Christine Eyene and Queen’s Museum NYC Director, Tom Finkelpearl. Caribbean Curatorship and National Identity is an examination of how history is interpreted and heritage is shaped by communal memory for audiences, old and new, local and foreign, in […]
Art Basel Miami 2009: The Global Caribbean: Focus on Caribbean Contemporary Visual Art Landscape @ Little Haiti Cultural Center Dec 5th 2009 Attended the artist seminar hosted by curator of The Global Caribbean, artist Edouard Duval Carrie. Also on the panel discussion were many of the exhibiting artists showcasing contemporary art from the Caribbean, such […]