Marcia Biggs : Impressions of Life
The Marcia Biggs: Impressions of Life exhibition explores the work of the popular Montego Bay-based artist Marcia Biggs, through examples borrowed mainly from private and corporate collections in Western Jamaica.
Marcia Biggs was born in 1960 in Montego Bay, where she was based for most of her life. She was trained at the Mico Teachers’ College, and she was tutored by Cecil Cooper and served as an apprentice with Barrington Watson.
Caribbean in Motion – Improving Lives through Artistry and Animation
National Gallery West, the Montego Bay branch of the National Gallery of Jamaica, is pleased to present the Caribbean in Motion: Improving Lives through Artistry and Animation, an exhibition of work by Caribbean animators, which is presented in Jamaica in association with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Caribbean in Motion will be on view at National Gallery West from October 2 to December 4, 2016.
- Religion and Spirituality in Jamaican ArtReligion and Spirituality in Jamaican Art is an abridged version of the acclaimed Explorations II: Religion and Spirituality exhibition which was shown at the National Gallery of Jamaica in Kingston from December 22, 2013 to April 27, 2014. Religion and spirituality play a pervasive role in virtually all aspects of Jamaican history and life and Read More