The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is soon to have its own labyrinth.
Possibly the first of its kind in the territory, the labyrinth is being created by international labyrinth designers Chuck Hunner, Martin Kermeen and Debra Kermeen, who have come over from the United States for 10 days to complete this project. The labyrinth will be created in the Gallery Gardens.
Between them, the team has more than 38 years experience in this specialised area of design.
While they are here, the designers will be taking some time out from labyrinth making to give a lecture, “Miracles Along the Path” on Monday, 14 January, between 6 and 8pm. The lecture will take place at the National Gallery, with wine served afterward.
If you would like to attend the lecture please email [email protected] or call 945-8111.