In 2008 I went to Andorra to participate in an international art camp with about 39 other artists. One of the best experiences of my life. This year, the Andorra camp was held again in July and from the photos on the link, I can see they all had a great time and did some fantastic work. I saw a few familiar faces too. Really wish I was there.This link will take you to the press release I wrote when I returned to Grenada and from there you can see what happened this year.
|Painting the iconic Grenadian ShortKnee
|Me and Francisco Rivero
These are some images from my stint in Andorra, painting a mural in an underpass with Cuban artist Francisco Rivero – incorporating existing graffiti to create something really beautiful. Of course I had to include the Grenadian Shortknee, and leave my mark, my handprint and my heart (see article I wrote) in Andorra.
|There’s my name, and my handprint|
These are my artworks creating during the camp – a tree made from recycled metal, and my multi-piece work depicting the effect of climate change – sea level rise – on Grenada and its dependencies. These photos were sent to me by my friends Dorte and Jorgen, a really lovely couple.