Resident artist / sculptor/ painter Don Wood, suffered a terrible fall on December 14 while painting the roof of his house in Bahama Palm Shores. He had to be airlifted to Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau in critical condition.
Agape Christian School held their fourth Art Explosion at Grace Gym on November 14 and 15 showcasing a wide variety of arts and crafts from artisans across the island as well as highlighting the works of students in the school.
Agape Christian School took top honours at the Bahamas’ E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival/Exhibition 2014 with Hannah Bonamy achieving the top award for her division and for the entire Bahamas.
They say the third time’s the charm and that was certainly the case at the Third Little Harbour Art Show on November 15.
Last year, Abaco artists Leanne Russell and Attila Fezst, were among 40 Bahamian artists chosen to represent contemporary Bahamian art in the Imago Mundi’s Luciano Benetton Collection.
Programme Director/Instructor of the Creative Studio Boutique, Stacey Bethel-Adderley, is once again running a Summer Art Camp at her Creative Studio Boutique located above Home Fabrics, Apt.8 from June 30 to August 1. This is the fifth year running that she has offered this Art camp.
Some of the best artists and crafts people of Abaco displayed their creations at the Little Harbour Spring Art Show held at Pete’s Pub on Saturday, April 26.
The residents of Bahama Palm Shores presented their High Banks "Just for Fun" Art and Craft show on the evening of March 14. This was their second annual show highlighting just how much talent there is in the community.
This year's ‘Art for the Parks’ marked the fifth anniversary of the collaboration between the Abaco Beach Resort and the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) in support of the national parks of Abaco. The event began on January 25 with a gala cocktail reception providing art lovers with the opportunity to preview all of the work and meet with the artists and artisans in a social atmosphere.
After learning of art workshops for talented, young Abaco artists on Hope Town taught by Walt Bartman, Albury’s Ferry decided to assist these young artists by sponsoring free ferry rides to and from the Cay for the duration of the classes.