Let there be light!
THERE ARE STILL two more weeks before the Light exhibition of the Bridgetown Gallery concludes. Most of the works are priced for patrons of the arts who are starting a collection.
The show, which is upstairs in Sheraton Mall’s main artery, 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.
Art lovers need to hurry and see Cardill’s work since most of it is being snapped up at a phenomenal rate!
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. Cathy Alkins and Andy Peirce are other exhibitors who are on show as well.
A look at Life
SPEAKING OF SHUTTERBUGS, the National Cultural Foundation wants all Bajans to attend the opening of Life Now at the Queen’s Park Gallery at Pelican Village. It starts on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
Life Now is an exhibition of recent work by the Barbados Photographic Society and features established as well as emerging artists.
THIS MONTH, the southern coastline of Barbados has much to offer – artwise.
If your comfort zone is Hastings, Christ Church, then Art Splash has Explorations III – an exhibition of experimental works in collage and texture by established and emerging artists.