Photos: Pink & Chameau’s “Au Natural” Art Show

December 31, 2014

Artists Ronnie Chameau and Donna Pink recently hosted an exhibit called “Au Natural” at the Bermuda Arts Centre, with Ms. Chameau saying of her pieces on display that “most of them sold.”

Both of the artists’ works were created with only natural materials, including banana leaves, palm fronds, palmetto leaves, bay grape leaves, and magnolia pods.

Ms. Pink’s works included several forms of jewelry and neck pieces, while Ms. Chameau’s works focused on holiday-themed creations.

Ms. Chameau’s “The Nativity” is crafted from a palm frond used for the back, while the base is Bermuda cedar. Mary and Joseph are crafted from banana and palm leave, their heads are nuts, the halo is a Norfolk pine leaf, and baby Jesus is laying in a coconut seed.

The Nativity by Ronnie Chameau:


“Angels” is crafted from banana leaves, with wings from magnolia skeleton leaf, and halos from Norfolk pine leaf. The 12 different instruments are crafted from banana leaves and seed pods.

Angels by Ronnie Chameau:


Swage decoration by Ronnie Chameau, made from bay grape leaves and grapes

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Wreath by Ronnie Chameau crafted from bay grape leaves

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Jewelry by Donna Pink:

Donna's Jewerly

Royal palm bark jewelry by Donna Pink:

Jewerly crafted from Royal Palm Bark

Banana leaf neck piece by Donna Pink:

Neck piece crafted from banana leaves

Jacaranda seed pod neck piece by Donna Pink:

Neck piece crafted from Jacaranda seed pod

Royal palm neck piece by Donna Pink:

Royal Palm neck piece

“Au Natural” marked Ms. Chameau’s third show at the Arts Centre. Both she and Ms. Pink recently contributed to an exhibit held by the Bermuda Society of the Arts called “Our History in Hats.”

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  1. Thank you so much Bernews you guys are awesome

    • Toodle-oo says:

      Your skill , creativity and talent never fails to amaze me .

  2. Joan K. Aspinall says:

    Fantastic, Ronnie and Donna. The photos of your work are wonderful. I hope enough Bermudians view them to appreciate the imagination it takes to transform raw materials of flora into items of beauty, not only for display, but for wearing as well. All the crafts people of Bermuda need to be recognized and supported, and you have always been at the forefront of this cause in your professionalism and creativity. Happy New Year!