John Henry born Grenadian, presently resides in Westerhall, St. Davids initially developed a interest in arts and design at the age of 13. Then after pursued it during Secondary and tertiary level education. In 2014 took the first step as a artist by joining the Art and Soul Gallery. After which participated in the uprising … Continue reading Artist Profile: John Henry
Grenada Arts Council, founded in 1964 as a volunteer organisation for the promotion, development, and education of our visual artists, has recently taken on a new executive body, conferred by the previous executive body. Led by Asher Mains, artist and educator, Grenada Arts Council will be looking for new ways to re-energize the creative environment … Continue reading Grenada Arts Council New Executive Body
Originally posted here: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-teach-art-kids-mark-rothko How to Teach Art to Kids, According to Mark Rothko By Sarah Gottesman Jan 15, 2018 8:00 am Photo by Jeffrey Greenberg/UIG via Getty Images. If you’ve ever seen Mark Rothko’s paintings—large canvases filled with fields of atmospheric color—and thought, “a child could do this,” you’ve paid the Abstract Expressionist a … Continue reading What should I do with my creative child?
I have seen a lot of talented young artists, mainly students, who have spent time learning how to draw well with graphite or charcoal on paper. This is a great discipline and good starting point for other avenues in art! Here are a few ways you can take your drawings to the next level. Experiment … Continue reading What comes after being able to draw well?
The Grenada Arts Council (GAC) is a non-government volunteer body established in 1964 to promote creative potential in our Grenadian environment; encourage a national appreciation for visual art and the need for institutional support and permanent physical structures to exhibit art and to ensure that Grenada benefits culturally, socially, and economically from a truly sustainable … Continue reading About Grenada Arts Council