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Zowie Victor! This mahogany masterpieve dazzles! As you know, Victor Hempel is a devoted environmentalist, and would never dream of cutting down a tree for his sculptures. This beauty, started life as a mahogany tree stump, floating in the sea near Rum Cay, in the Bahamas. Three years later, after much artistic deliberation and mountains of wood dust coating the artist and his boat, “Mahogany Bowl” now graces the gallery’s front desk.
Many thanks to the artist Kim Workman for sending 3 new gyotaku-based pieces into the gallery. I especially love “Tortuga Sunset”, with turtle shell rubbing from the John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park in Key Largo. Please read a short story recently publushed by Ms Workman in http://islandjanemagazine.com
She is very much aware of the plight and beauty of these magical sea creatures.
SUCH a wonderful evening last night with great friends at Jacala. We all started with a warm pumpkin soup, with a heavenly cloud of goat cheese slowly melting into this silky bowl of deliciousness. The turkey with stuffing was clasically prepared, and extra gravy was lovingly ladled onto our plates if desired. Alas, there was an amazing tarte au tartin served for dessert, but I pounced and devoured before I remembered the pic!
Glad I grabbed the camera as I headed out the door with the dogs this morning. Just thought I’d share a particularly beautiful sunrise!
I recently hung this quite wonderful painting by Trinidad-based artist, Shastri Maharaj. I bought it during the early days of the gallery, almost 20 years ago, and still love it. Maharaj’s works are influenced by his Hindu roots, with an emphasis on mythology. He lives and works in Chaguanas, Trinidad, and teaches visual art at the Valsayn Teachers College. This painting, 18 x 24″, is titled “Homage”. The painterly qualities of the background and the women’s dresses are SO beautiful.
The Anguilla Animal Rescue Foundation (AARF) is an amazing organization here on Anguilla. They run the shelter which gets hundreds of kittens and puppies adopted annually, and also get into the schools here to facilitate education on animal care. I pretty much love everything they get up to. The group has just moved it’s fabulous charity shop and thrift store to the Mega Savers mall, heading east. Heading east out of the Valley towards Proctor’s Supermarket (now selling fresh sushi from Cha Cha San in their deli case, but don’t get me started on how good THAT is), continue past Proctors for about 1 minute till you reach a big store called Mega Savers. Park and shop. So easy. It was the opening day of the new shop today, and I got the opportunity to take a pic of all the volunteers together. Best wishes for this wonderful venture!! aarf.ai