Mr. Coulson said he hadn’t had a portrait done in about seven years. He sat down in the appointed spot and very obviously opened his eyes wide for each click of the camera. “For portraits, I deliberately open my eyes wide,” he said.
I asked Pam what it meant to her to be Bahamian. She responded with glowing positivity. Pam loves the Bahamas as did her husband, belovedView More
Much like with Kendal Hanna, when we asked George Cox to sit for a portrait session for the Bahamian Project we had a very clearView More
Kendal takes his art very seriously. He doesn’t just paint… he plans and contemplates. His strokes and splashes of paint are quite deliberate, as if he is mapping out a blueprint of his mental landscape.
The Bahamian Project got off to a great start in early July 2012 when we presented the concept to Amanda Coulson and John Cox of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB).
Welcome to The Bahamian Project. The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas and Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts announce the launch of theView More