Caribbean Oil Painter Ahmed's paintings are easily identified by their very unique pallet. While he has studied both architecture and fine art, painting is his true love.
Aimee is a Caribbean artist, painting and using multimedia techniques. Her work is abstract in nature and very unusual. The layering process she uses to achieve a three dimensional quality in her collage pieces incorporates layers of handmade pa
Caribbean inspired oil painter, Aphrodite says "Taking time off from painting is never planned...but I wander into new territories with regular frequency. Each time I return to pick up a brush and palette, the path feels fresh, exciting and unt
Caribbean Master Wood Turner Avelino's masterfully turned pieces make a great gift. His talent for taking a raw piece of wood and turning it into a thing of beauty is unsurpassed.
As Caribbean craftsman, Dan's canvas is the calabash, an ornamental gourd that grows in varying sizes throughout the Caribbean. The first and most difficult task is collecting the gourds. They are then dried and carefully cut in half removing
Oil painter David Hill says his art is a reflection of his environment, but is ever evolving through experimentation. From abstracts, to landscapes and portraiture, David is a well versed, well respected and highly collected Caribbean artist.
Caribbean Watercolor and Impasto Style Oil Painter David Millard was an amazing painter who took many artists under his wing sharing his techniques and Knowledge. He authored several books on painting. The two books he is most widely known for are
Caribbean Oil Painter Gregory's fondness for the Caribbean is heart felt and obvious as most of his oil paintings depict the local scenery of St. Thomas and of the Caribbean. Local folks doing daily common tasks provide much of the subject matter f
Caribbean Artist Jacqueline Cawley paints beautiful images of local scenes including the lovely tropical flowers of the Caribbean.
As a Caribbean Potter, much of Jerilee's work reflects her many visits to the underwater gardens of the Virgin Islands. Her works depict the various corals and sea creatures she has met on her snorkeling adventures.
John's paintings are distinguished by their varied brush strokes and rich color. To John the essence of the painting begins on the scene.
Kilnworks Pottery is well known on St. Thomas for their signature lizardware pottery
Caribbean Impressionistic Painter Kimberly Boulon is a self-proclaimed mood painter. Her works show not just the scene but the mood of the scene and the time of day of the scene. Her paintings frequently depict the many bays that surround her home
Caribbean Metal Artist Larry Lipsky creates Mesmerizing works of art which he fondly refers to as Geo-kinetic Sculptures. His attention to detail keeps his pendjulic artworks in perfect balance. Larry also creats Beasties, Birds and Fish using polis
Caribbean acrylic painter Rae’s appreciation of the unsurpassed beauty of the Virgin Islands shows in her rich use of color and detailed photo realism technique, which has won her awards both on St. Thomas and in Pennsylvania. Variety in subje
Caribbean Modern Artist Ronni Harris' acrylic paintings incorporate quilting and three dimensional objects, making her work whimsical and unique.
Caribbean Potter Ruth Prager, potter and gallery owner, is most well known for her Salt Vaults. A Salt Vault is a moisture resistant salt shaker with a very unique design. To see what we have in stock, give us a call 877-797-6363 and we'll send yo
Caribbean artist painting in watercolors, oils, and alcohol inks Teri Jones is a prolific painter with a big fan base. After spending many years sailing the islands, Teri has settled in a little town in North Carolina where she paints and give
Caribbean Metal Sculpture Artist Trudi Gilliam's metal sculptures are a fabulous representation of nature. She also makes beautiful masks and mermaids.
Caribbean Acrylic Painter William Stoehr's figurative works which tend to be portrait like in nature exude an intensity through the eyes of the subject of the painting. The observer finds themself pulled in by the eyes. Bill's