Entries in Grenada (46)


Violet Clouds Rush In

Rainy Day Regatta 24" x 36" Oil on Canvas 36"


The first day of the sailing festival--violet grey skies, gusts of wind, swells breaking over the boats. Then towards evening the light shining on the sails from the west--perfect.


Carenage As Per Your Request

One of the most requested commissions that I do is of the Carenage of St. George's.  It is beautiful, and always changing.  Even tho it is the same scene, every painting is different, because I am different every time I come to it.    So here are two views.  EnjoyBright Carenage 42" x 48" Acrylic 2013


Carenage at Night 36" x 48" Oil on Canvas 2013So this one of the "shut up and do it" that I had been talking about doing for over 20 years--painting the Carenage at night.  So I shut up and did it.  Yay me!



SBA for CXE students in Grenada

Photo: Art Students from St. Andrew's Secondary School stopped by Art and Soul Gallery with their teacher, Mr. John to do some first hand investigation and research.  We always welcome students, and were so happy for your visit!

 Students from SASS with their teacher Mr. John.


Susan will be at Art and Soul Gallery at Spiceland Mall on Wednesday Jan 23rd between 10 am and 2 pm to answer questions from CXE students.



Caribbean connections!

Follow the link to read the poetry of Sandra Sealy, Barbadian poet inspired by Susan's painting of Grenada's Work Boats.

"Team Work" Susan Mains 2003 (c)

Click here to Read Sandra Sealy's Poem


Sail on Grenada!

Sail on Grenada Susan Mains 36" x 40" AcrylicThe Grenada workboats–always attractive, compelling, fierce-and-friendly. Just a little
pre-season painting, anticipating the racing at the end
of January, early February on Grand Anse Beach in Grenada.
Thanks Arti for the inspiration!


Grenada Sailing Week  check out the fun!