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A non-traditional art gallery, located in a traditional island house, has opened in downtown George Town. The brainchild of Honduran artist Carlos Garcia, the Shedden Road...
Locally based artist Yonier Powery shared how he’s been spending the lockdown in Grand Cayman and his hopes of showing off his latest works during an exhibition in May.
Exploring the essence of our relationship with the natural environment and the connection between visual art and the viewer are at the core of...
Terry Grimes has made a name for herself on the local art scene with her atmospheric acrylics depicting landscapes of her favourite places -...
When Katia Zaiontchkovsky moved into an older family home in Snug Harbour last fall, she felt the space was ideal for her growing family. But...
First, it was Jimi Hendrix … fashioned from bottle caps. Now, artist Marc Laurenson has created a portrait of Mick Jagger from cast-off toys. The large...
In this snap-happy, technology driven age, large collections of digital prints are amassed, but many remain on phones or computers indefinitely. One artistic way to...
Cayman Brac artist Ronald “Foots” Kynes was arrested Tuesday for the alleged “obscene publication” of sculptures and artwork. Mr. Kynes, 63, had erected four sculptures featuring several nude women.
Located in Breakers, in the district of Bodden Town, White Dog Art Studio showcases a variety of original artwork and prints for sale. But what is very unique and inspiring about gallery owner Ren Seffer’s art creations is the way she has managed to capture the heart and soul of the Caymanian people in their rural settings.
Curated by Emé Paschalides and sponsored by the Cayman office of Mourant Ozannes, “Speak to Me – Understanding the Language of Art” is an unusual examination of art as a language and the visual “dialects” we encounter, from paintings to art installations. The new temporary exhibition opened at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) last Saturday.
Bodden Town’s Simon Tatum recently had the opportunity to attend the fourth Caribbean Linked artist residency program in Aruba.
This summer’s Visual Arts Society’s Kids Summer Art camp wrapped up recently after several exciting weeks of creative activities at the beautiful grounds of Pedro St. James, where the Society has an art and ceramic studio.
What started as a young student’s hobby at university has now blossomed into a promising local art collective named STOAK’D. The group recently opened a pop-up shop in Bodden Town, which will be open for the month of August.
A new art piece is doing its part in welcoming visitors to the Cayman Turtle Farm.
The odds are very good that you have already seen Yonier Powery’s work, and although you may not have noted the name on the painting, you will remember how colorful it was and how it grabbed your attention.
The temporary exhibition, “A Legacy of Light” opened to members June 30, and runs through Sept. 16
This summer, kids will once again have a the chance to express their creativity and learn some new artistic techniques at the Visual Arts Society’s Kids Summer Arts and Craft Camp.
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands celebrated the closing of the exhibition “Native Sons – Twenty Years On” with a special event.
Young artists had the chance to showcase their talents at a unique exhibition held recently at the National Gallery.
Watercolor enthusiasts should mark their diaries for the Cayman Islands National Gallery’s latest exhibition, “A Legacy of Light,” which opens to the public on June 30.
A new exhibition featuring work from young artists from across the Cayman Islands opened to a packed house last week.
National Gallery staff and volunteers recently welcomed a group of more than 25 nurses and caregivers to mark International Nurses Day. The gallery’s assistant curator,...
Gladwyn K. “Lassie” Bush, pictured in this photo taken in the mid-1980s in her home along South Sound road, began painting at the age of 62, after what she describes as a visionary experience.
Turning to the arts as a medium for addressing a variety of social issues, Year 6 students of Sir John A. Cumber Primary School recently held their Primary Years Programme (PYP) exhibition.
The student artists in the National Gallery’s Walkers Art Club at Spot Bay Primary School recently focused their creative skills on turning found objects into eye-catching artwork.
It was a packed house at the The National Gallery recently with over 200 guests eager to take in its newest exhibition, Native Sons – Twenty Years On.
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands has acquired two new artworks by local artists.
Almost 200 students from Sir John A. Cumber Primary School toured the traveling exhibition “En Mas’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean” at the National Gallery last week.
Cancer survivors and patients are invited to get creative in April in a pilot art program taught by mixed media artist and cancer survivor Lisa Ebanks.
Charles Long is a man of few words. Lucky for us, then, that the painter has enjoyed a long-standing “conversation” and prolific life, painting the landscapes and people he loves best.
“The Michelangelo of North Side,” sculptor David Quasius, known as “Davinoff,” has just completed his latest work. “Spectre the Octopus” is now on display at Davinoff’s Concrete Sculpture Garden on Old Robin Road.
The National Gallery will hold a guided tour and garden lunch on Thursday beginning at noon
Ren and Mikael Seffer’s White Dog studio opened in Breakers four years ago, showcasing a variety of original artwork and prints.