Barbados In A Nutshell 2019 - 2020

60 Art & Craft Hamilton’s Pottery “Functional pieces & great gifts!” In his quaint pottery studio Hamilton Wiltshire uses only the indigenous red clay from Barbados’ Scotland District. This accomplished potter is dedicated to developing local clay for use in functional ceramic products including the traditional Barbados Monkey Pot, tableware, vases and candle shades, using environmentally safe glazes. Located between Harrison’s Cave and Welchman Hall Gully in St. Thomas, this charming little pottery is welcoming and fun to visit. Open: Mon-Fri - 9am-5pm Saturdays - 9am-1pm Tel: (246) 242 7176 Lot 4, Sturges, St. Thomas “Sweet Bajan Days.” Barbadian artist G i n a Fo s t e r uses vivid colour, b o l d s t r o k e s and texture to depict movement and mood. She paints in acrylics, cap t u r i ng t he vitality of life on the island. A variety of Gina’s art can be found at Gallery of Caribbean Art in Speightstown and On the Wall Gallery locations including the art gallery at Limegrove Lifestyle Centre. Or you can contact her directly. Her selection of reproduction prints and notepads are sold island wide. Tel (246) 430 0338 or (246) 233 0999