Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Urban Heartbeat book , 'De me barrio a tu barrio - Street art in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean', documenting the regional street art project is out. We got our copies recently from the German Embassy and I must say it's nice to see P&E in print. Copies will be available in the next few weeks at local bookstores.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Ecclesville Windbelt

Plodding along - new ceramic work in the studio

Ecclesville Windbelt over Charuma and Cushe rivers, paper clay press mold with relief, red iron oxide and clear glaze, 2012.

Friday, August 24, 2012

1962 and 2012 (The 50th Anniversary of Independence Art Exhibition)

I was asked to contribute work to the National Museum's exhibition 1962 and 2012 (The 50th Anniversary of Independence Art Exhibition) curated by Kywnn Johnson. I was happy to be considered  - especially as I was the youngest artist included in the exhibition. A selection from my Here and There series is on show.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Luis and I participated in the Urban Heartbeat regional mural project. After three days of preparation at the Grand Stand in the Savannah, the mural was unveiled on 29th March 2012 in conjunction with the German Embassy and Abovegroup Ogilvy.

Day 1 working on the wall

Luis working, Day 2

Day 2 action

Final artwork - left side of the mural - Richard Williams, Kriston Banfield, Richard Taylor and Brianna McCarthy.

Final artwork - right side of the mural - Dean Arlen, Marie-Elena Joseph, Jennifer Perez, Danielle Boodoo-Fortune and Raquel Vasquez La Roche

Pinky & Emigrante's portion of the mural

Sunday, March 25, 2012

WOMA 2012

I've just sent my siamese baby heads, 'Myself and I', off to Grenada for WOMA 2012. I am glad for an opportunity to show them and appreciative that the team were so accommodating to squeeze me in last minute. They are an experiment that I continue to develop in studio.

Myself and I, 2011. Clay, underglaze pencil and glaze.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

P&E Zine

Ongoing project was created along with my partner Luis Vasquez La Roche (Emigrante). The basis is to take some of our personal drawings and  paste them in various spaces across the country (Trinidad). A zine, created for the project, was sent to over 100 persons in several different parts of the world.