Art Exhibition: “Light”

It seems that the “Light” exhibition of the Bridgetown Gallery in Barbados has been extended. It was announced to take place between March 31 and April 14, 2012, but Carolle Bourne (of Barbados’ Nation News) reports that there are still two weeks left. (Bridgetown Gallery is located on the second floor of the Sheraton Mall in Sargeant’s Village, Christ Church, Barbados.)

“Light” is an eclectic collection of prints, watercolors, acrylics, oils, drawings, sculpture, and photographs. It features the time-elapsed photography of Diane Cardill, who “looks at streams of illumination in numerous forms and also has a whimsical mobile display where the ornaments are light bulbs through the ages.” According to Bourne, there are other photographic works which study the properties of light such as Andre Williams exploring Cove Bay and Joe’s River at different times of the day.

Other participating artists are Cathy Alkins; Michael Alkins; David Alleyne; Hilary Armstrong; Diane Bell; Jhan Patricia Browne; Maureen Callaghan; Brian Carrington; Rommell Chase; Markley Clarke; Jacqui Cuke; Christine Farmer; John Farmer; Tiffani Forde; Caroline Gibson; George C. Gibbs; Sandra Goldie; Carla Hinds; Nyssa Haynes Holder; Kwami Hunte; Lisa Hutchinson; Christine Inniss; Cindy Jackman; Katalin; Susan Layton; Shirley Lashley; Shannon Leacock; Neville Legall; Cheryl Lewis; Nicki McConney; Rosanne Milligan; Michael Naemsch; Andy Peirce; Corrie Scott; Steven Smith; Shara Spencer; Leslie Taylor; Linda Tudor; Yasmin Vizcarrondo; Hilary Warren; Lorna Wilson; and Sue Williams.

For original articles, see http://www.nationnews.com/articles/view/let-there-be-light1/ and http://caribjournal.blogspot.com/2012/03/diane-cardill-exhibition-light-mar-31.html

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