What’s happening in Jamaica (and the world)? Far too much to cover it all. August has been pretty intense – which is why I am rather late in posting this. It started with our hottest day in Kingston for 24 years – on August 3 it was just about 37º C. Even the nights have … More What’s Happening in Jamaica: August 19/20, 2017
The Regional Headquarters at the University of the West Indies Mona campus is a lovely building. The lower floor really lends itself well to exhibits of various kinds. I obtained this information from textile artist Margaret Stanley, whom I interviewed along with two other textile artists for Global Voices recently. You can read that interview … More Walk Good: From Africa to the World, Visions of the Motherland – An Art Exhibit
This week’s Photo Challenge is Textures. Textures both natural and man-made. You can touch, and sense them, too.
Things have been rather overwhelming lately – which is why I have skipped a week. Perhaps it is the weather. Our yard is burning up before our eyes, with even the bravest of plants flinching in the heat. Some places have had rain, but we’re in Kingston’s rain shadow. We just watch the rain clouds … More What’s Happening in Jamaica: July 29/30, 2017
Originally posted on National Gallery of Jamaica Blog:
The Annabella and Peter Proudlock Collection exhibition opens this Sunday, July 30, and will continue until November 4. This is the first of a series of posts based on the text panels in the exhibition. The Annabella and Peter Proudlock Collection exhibition features a generous, near-complete selection…
I found the last Weekly Photo Challenge rather difficult, because it could be – well anything unusual. When I take photos, I don’t usually say to myself: “Oh, that’s unusual!” I am not necessarily looking for the unusual. Sometimes, though, it just happens. Here are a few examples: an unusually carved chair, a surprising hairstyle … More Unusual… In Some Way or Other
With the photo gallery feature on WordPress, I usually do collages of my photos for the Weekly Photo Challenge. However, here is a collage of some collages! The word comes from the French, meaning to “glue” or “stick.” Like Sticky Notes – I have the digital version on my desktop to remind me of things… … More A Collage of Collages