A Monument to the Workers Who Built Barbados.
Did You Know? The Artist Robert MacLeod's Atlantic Rhapsody
A man of hidden depths
A visit to Earthworks is a one of a kind Caribbean experience that everyone enjoys and should not be missed.
One of the largest and best-appointed fine art galleries in the Caribbean.
Henderson Reece is well-known among art lovers for his fresh, vibrant and cheery batik creations.
Free self-guided tours of 25+ Artists' studios.
This art gallery is curated by Cherie Nicholls and David Spieler, featuring works from established artists and emerging local talent.
Design a one-of-a-kind souvenir using reclaimed lumber, local mahogany or a stunning blend of purple heart and new and aged pine.
This accomplished potter is dedicated to developing local clay for use in functional ceramic products like the traditional Barbados Monkey Pot
A self taught artist, Christine Farmer has exhibited in a number of group exhibitions and her work can be found in private collections both here and abroad
The joy, satisfaction and pure sense of fun in being a visual artist is hard to duplicate in many other endeavours.
‘Remnant’, is dedicated to the production of artistic and functional wooden tableware crafted exclusively from found and fallen timber
Join Ronnie on his unique Barbados Photo-Adventure and experience the soul of Barbados.
Since the 1960’s the place for traditional Barbadian crafts and trendy local creations is Roslyn Watson’s shop in Pelican Village.
A Barbadian artist whose florals and landscapes are vibrant, colourful and diverse.
A selection of some of the island's trendiest designers, from handcrafted ceramic and metalcraft accessories to beachwear and stylish formal wear.
She collects pieces of 18-19th century pottery to create new artowrk that is in a sense already 200 years old.
Her work features a Caribbean style characterized by vibrant colors and movement.
With the vibrant Barbadian landscape as her inspiration, she gets great joy from painting the experiences and observations around her.
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