And.....painting fish. Not sorry. 

When Monet painted his water lilies in France, he never had the opportunity (or maybe inclination) to travel to the Caribbean. If he had, maybe his pastel hues would have been saturated with colour, and his shadows may have come alive with the intensity of the tropics.  Too bad.  We can help...move over Monet.



There is going to be a meeting. Acrylic 32" x 32" 2013 


detail of There is going to be a Meeting 

More Fish (could't help myself)




Sneak peek--preparing for Barbados in Feb. 2014

Detail of "Restoration"   

Asher Mains and I will be doing a 2 person show together at Gallery of Caribbean Art in Barbados in February of 2014.  We have started to paint, and this is just a detail of one of the paintings.  More to come!



Nine years ago--the day after Hurricane Ivan hit us in Grenada.

then and now, my painting studio

The After Ivan exhibit at Gallery of Caribbean Art a few months later--made me cry when I went back and looked at it again.  Click here.


Bright shiny promising days ahead!

Present studio with works in progress for Gallery of Caribbean Art exhibit in Feb 2013



Missed the Regatta in Cariacou....

but that doesn't stop the work boats from showing up in my studio.  Sorry, can't help it.



Stormy Start--Work Boat Races in Grenada-- 47" x 33" Acrylic on Canvas





New work sent to Art and Soul Gallery at Spiceland Mall

Here are some pics of new works right out of the studio--I do believe they are dry.

Checking her shell phone  24" x 36" Acrylic on Canvas  



The Old and the Strong  24" x 36" Oil on Canvas

Fishing boats sitting on the Carenage in old St. George's.

Rainy Day Regatta 36" x 48" Oil on Canvas (Diptych)