National Gallery brings art to Sister Islands

Artwork from two National Gallery exhibitions are now on display in Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

Cayman-based artist David Bridgeman recently hung work from ‘Luminescent Forms: Under the Microscope’, created by artist and engineer Roland Verreet, in the lobby of the Cayman Brac Beach Resort,

At the Little Cayman Museum, Bridgeman installed ‘Seascapes: Maritime Art’, which features work by Maureen Andersen Berry, Bendel Hydes, Lorna Griggs, Patrick Quin, Jeremy Sibley, Joanne Sibley and Janet Walker.

Both exhibits are running through 5 June.

While at the Brac resort, Bridgeman gave a talk to about 25 people during which he discussed the two exhibitions he was installing.

“I also talked about my own personal latest artwork,” he said. “I explained my inspirations, studio space and working process. The audience were very engaged and asked a host of questions whilst looking through samples of small works that I took to show them.”

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