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ARTLUCAYA 2024 - Show Me Ya Motion - April 12th -14th 2024

ARTLUCAYA 2024

Show Me Ya Motion

April 12th - 14th, 2024

Port Lucaya Marketplace
Freeport, G.B.

Video of Group Show - Harmony Unearthed - 28 January - 10 March 2024

Watch video from this extraordinary Art Gallery Exhibition...

Group Show - Harmony Unearthed - Jan. 28th 2024 - 6pm-8pm

GWB is inviting you to our first exhibition of the year
“Harmony Unearthed”
Sunday, January 28th, 6-8 pm!

Art Lucaya The Grand Bahama Art Festival March 23 - 26 2023

Art Lucaya

THE GRAND BAHAMA ART FESTIVAL

A celebration of Grand Bahama's professional & emerging fine artists

March 23 - 26, 2023

All opening night ticket proceeds will be used to support art programs in all Grand Bahama High Schools.  
Subsequent days are free to public.

This Morning Presents Sunday Service - March 28 2021

This Morning Presents Sunday Service - March 28 2021 - 10am PT / 11am MT / 1pm ET

https://youtu.be/XNvlNEB5j8A

Join Dallisa Hocking and Lisa Gunshore for a special edition of This Morning: The Sunday Morning Edition. We are joined with the incredibly talented Claudette Dean for this incredible collective experience. Thank you for being a part of our community.

www.lisamgunshore.com
www.claudettedean.com

This Morning Presents Sunday Service - March 7 2021

This Morning Presents Sunday Service - March 7 2021 - 9am PT / 10am MT / 12pm ET

https://youtu.be/LzL4qnx6ShA

Join Dallisa Hocking and Lisa Gunshore for a special edition of This Morning: The Sunday Morning Edition. We are joined with the incredibly talented Julie Hoyle, Claudette Dean, and Mary Lydia Ryan for this incredible collective experience. Thank you for being a part of our community.

www.lisamgunshore.com
www.juliehoyle.org
www.spiritandspark.com
www.claudettedean.com
www.iammarylydiaryan.com

Diamond Beauties 2021 - Special Guest Claudette Dean - Thursday February 25, 5:55pm MT/7:55pm ET

Buddhist Biohacker - Diamond Beauties 2021 - Special Guest Claudette Dean - Wednesday, March 3, 5:55pm MT / 7:55pm ET
(Please note: Show has been rescheduled from February 25th to March 3)

https://youtu.be/3vZz5G95y8k

 

Botanika Plastika Fall 2020 at Doongalik Gallery, Nassau Bahamas

BOTANIKA PLASTIKA imagines a leap into a surreal future in the year 2525 where the proliferation of plastics suffocating our soil and water has resulted in a new Yellow Coco-tic plant species being discovered that assimilates plastic as a means of coping with a deeply changed environment. Discovered along the remaining high ridge island settlements, the surviving shoreline birds are attracted to its bright plastic-predominant blooms and lay their eggs in its mesh of un-natural roots. A cautionary tale, BOTANIKA PLASTIKA is also a prayer of hope and awareness that our collective powers will come together in time to truly see, appreciate, and support protections for the existing environmental miracle of life on earth—before nature takes matters into an unrecognizable direction: a haunting nature-will-survive-at-all-costs hybrid adaptation. Set against a faded background of a long ago heirloom seed packet, the accompanying poster heralds this new bio-discovery by Creative Explorer & Time Traveler Artist Claudette Dean.

Claudette Dean coming home to Blind River for book signing

Visual artist Claudette Dean returns to her hometown of Blind River at least once a year, and this year she returns with a special surprise for book lovers.

Dean, who was born and raised as a member of the Leboeuf family in Blind River, will be on hand for a signing event at the Blind River Public Library on Friday, July 6 (2018) at 1 p.m. She will have a limited supply of her first novel, ‘Smelling Roses – A Tale of Connection and Transformation’ available for purchase at the event and looks forward to meeting old friends and book lovers to discuss her work.

Smelling Roses is described by the author as,

“a tale of love, forgiveness and transformation that puts ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances and shows how everyone is connected.”

The novel is set in the 1950s and 60s, and prompts readers to watch the subtle signs in life for clues as to what is truly important.

She Was Also In Your Nation, Haven’t You Heard? created by Claudette Dean

“She Was Also In Your Nation, Haven’t You Heard” is the title of a painting that was conceived of and produced for the Eight National Exhibition, NE8, held at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, November 2016 through to April 2017. This piece was created in response to a victorious “No” vote against gender equality in a referendum held in the Bahamas earlier that year (2016).

The following is the artist statement that accompanied the painting.

In this day and age, there are questions to be asked of a nation that votes against gender equality. In regards to the ultimate question - why would a women vote against her own best interest? - the following words from Belgian-born, French, feminist philosopher, Luce Irigaray, give pause for reflection: “To become means fulfilling the wholeness of what we are capable of being…But as long as woman lacks a divine made in her image she cannot establish her subjectivity or achieve a goal of her own. She lacks an ideal that would be her goal or path in becoming.”

Claudette Dean