Photos: Bermuda Arts Centre Small Works Show

January 10, 2014

The Bermuda Arts Centre annual Small Works Show is set to close today after showcasing a series of small pieces produced by some of Bermuda’s accomplished artists.

Artists whose work is on display include Ronnie Chameau, Christopher Grimes, Irene Parris, Terri White, Wynne Colley, Jackie Stevnson, Mary Jane Saints, Lee Kitson Petty, Vanessa Turner, Heidi Cowen, Joan Aspinall, Christopher Marson, Joe Smith, Lee Kitson, Milton Hill, Michele Smith, Annette Dickinson and more. A few samples from some of the artists are shown below

The next exhibit from the Arts Centre will be called “Then & Now,” a juried members show to be held on Sunday, January 12 from 3.30pm to 5.30pm at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, remaining open for public viewing until February 1.

Lion Fish – Joyce Beale [Batik]

Lion Fish Joyce Beale Batik

Nativity – Ronnie Chameau

Nativity Ronnie Chameau Palm & Banana Leaf

Resting at Mangrove Bay – Christopher Grimes

Resting at Mangrove Bay Christopher Grimes OIl

Salt Kettle Lane – Heidi Cowen

Salt Kettle Lane Heidi Cowen Oil

Shell Ginger Plant – Irene Parris

Shell Ginger Plant Irene Parris Watercolour

South Shore Coastline – Terri White

South Shore Coastline Terri White Acrylic

Sunrise Over Pokiok – Wynne Colley

Sunrise over Poccioc Wynne Colley Acrylic

The Parrot Fish – Jackie Stevenson

The Parrot Fish Jackie Stevnson Oil

The Trail – Mary Jane Saints

The Trail Mary Jane Saints Oil

Warwick Long Bay – Lee Kitson Petty

Warwick Long Bay Lee Kitson Petty Oil

A Few Bites – Vanessa Turner

A Few Bites Vanessa Turner Pastel

Black Smith Hill, St. George’s – Heidi Cowen

Black Smith Hill St. Georges Heidi Cowen Oil

Colour Me Beautiful- Joan Aspinall

Colour me Beautiful Joan Aspinall Mixed Media

Early, Early – Christopher Marson

Early, Early Christopher Marson Acrylic

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  1. It was a great show looking forward to 2014