Antoine Chapon

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“Shoal Bay” (Anguilla), oil on board, by Bordeaux-born artist Antoine Chapon. Chapon has lived in St. Martin for many years now, and is one of the great talents of Savannah Gallery.

Pierre-Louis Riche

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I think this Pierre-Louis Riche painting is superb. Born in 1954 in Cap Haitien, Haiti, he has been a solid and consistent artist in the Haitian art community. He’s mostly known for his portraits, and these still lifes are rare.

Frangipani exhibition

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Many thanks to the always gorgeous Frangipani Beach Resort who invited Savannah Gallery to install a small grouping of Victor Hempel “Natute Boards” in the hotel, at the entrance to the always fabulous Straw Hat restaurant. The were created by this sailing sculptor while recently in Panama, sailing, sculpting and surfing.

Francis Eck

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This painting, “Joie de Vivre”, by St. Martin-based artist Francis Eck strikes as particularly fine. He creates these paintings using a palette knife, manipulating the paint across the surface of the canvas.

Haitian metal

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I adore this Haitian metal sculpture by St. Cloux, new into the gallery.

Zemi view

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Took this pic yesterday, while at the penthouse suite at Zemi Beach on Shoal Bay East. The beauty of Anguilla continues to dazzle me, even after all these years.

Absolute beauty

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I was truly struck at how beautiful Road Bay looked this morning. So peaceful, though it won’t be long until the harbour fills up with boats of all kind.

Anguilla Library Service

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Kudos to the staff of the Anguilla Library for this important display. Makes one greatful for our blessings of freedom, which not everybody on the planet shares.

More Thuleaus

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To me, it’s the depiction of shadows which make Thuleaus work so distinctive – the combination in a painting of the tangible and the unseen. These are both giclee prints on canvas part of the exhibition coming soon. I’ll post pics of the new oils as soon as they arrive!

I’m very pleased to be hosting an exhibition of Paul Elliott Thuleau large giclee prints, as well as recent oils this winter. Here are some images to whet your appetite.