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Fun, frolic and sweet treats at 'A Taste Of Art' 2016

Published:Wednesday | December 7, 2016 | 12:00 AMShereita Grizzle
Sugabuzz boss, Suelan Chung-Evans (fourth from right), joined her friends in modeling accessories from Tangled Chic, during A Taste of Art 2016.
These guests had no problem showing off their moves on the dancefloor at A Taste of Art 2016.
These coconut passion mini cupcakes were among the sweet treats on offer for guests to sample at A Taste of Art 2016.
Members of Random Progressions band, entertaining guests at A Taste of Art 2016.
Saxophonist, Tafani Buchsaecab, getting up close and personal with female guests.
These custom-made display cakes by Sugabuzz Desserts, were in keeping with the 'Art' theme for the event. It shows a combination of an illustration piece and jewelry pieces all made from fondant. The second display cake is a paint tin, with paint brushes, also made out of actual cake and fondant.
The lovely display from Kraas Images at A Taste of Art 2016.
This youngster took his role very seriously, as he models clothing from Lollipop Islandwear.
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It was a night of epic proportions on Saturday as Sugabuzz hosted its annual event, 'A Taste of Art', which featured music, art and sweet treats. On a night when the rains delayed the start of the event, guests were more than happy to be present at A Taste of Art, especially as they were treated to complimentary wine courtesy of Select Brands and delectable sweet treats by Sugabuzz Desserts.

Needless to say, guests were able to sample from a wide array of sweet treats, including white chocolate peppermint cheesecake, coconut passion cake, chocolate cake with chocolate ganache, carrot and rum and raisin cupcakes, and apple bread pudding.

The entertainment package on the night also had something for everyone. Live band music by Random Progressions, alongside saxophonist Tafani Buchsaecab, had the small crowd gathered at the premises on Biscayne Close, St Andrew, rocking along to their musical selections of reggae and R&B tunes.

A fashion show segment with kiddies clothing from Lollipop Islandwear and accessories from Tangled Chic, also added much fanfare to the night's entertainment package.

Exhibitors were also on hand to display their products, among them, Kraas Images, with their display of Caribbean diverse photography; Kimari the Realtor, for all your real estate needs; and Embellish Designs, with a display of handcrafted gift items and custom packaging.