"Art found me, it was in me and all I had to do was to let it flow," said Tashanya Traile, a young, self-taught artist. Traile says she is an artist inspired by personal experiences and struggles.
This week, we will continue a series of excerpts from Father Ho Lung's bio, written by Joseph Pearce 'Candles in the Dark' (Chapter Five).
Catch the Wind - The Novel has all the elements of a good story mixed with some keen observations of human behaviour. It is a love story played out in the lives of two people struggling to be a success. There are elements of intrigue, romance, danger and betrayal.
The month-long activities to mark the 200th anniversary of the St Andrew's Scots Kirk concluded last Sunday with its Harvest Thanksgiving service.
Kinetic art is unique. It does not cling haplessly on walls or stand like cold, emotional sentinels. It engages you, eliciting a response, as it literally comes alive, thanks to unseen motion sensors. And the man behind the magic is Guy Beckles, the only celebrated kinetic artist in the Caribbean.
It was almost six in the morning, the sun had already risen and Shannon opened her eyes. Her room was a mess, just like every other morning, scattered with textbooks and notepads everywhere. Shannon barely had time to clean up anymore, all she ever managed to do these days was either study or sleep, especially sleep, she was just so tired lately.
Old Harbour Bay resident Theodore Waul got up one morning five years ago and decided that he needed to express himself through painting and he has not looked back since.