Thanks to everyone who came out to my GW Art exhibit! I truly appreciated the overwhelming support and enjoyed every moment of it.
Thanks to all who purchased GW Art pieces for themselves and loved ones.
For those who didn’t get the opportunity to view and shop the New Collection, today is the last day for the GW Art exhibit at the Reggae Mill, Devon House until 8pm.
For those who have their eyes on GW Art for Christmas…it’s coming! Stay tuned for more news on that!
I would like to say a big Thank You to Alexx Antaeus for providing such a great opportunity and the perfect space to exhibit at the Reggae Mill Bar.
Kudos to Alexx for being inspired by Swizz Beatz’ No Commission Movement. Swizz Beatz along with The Dean Collection team are “by the artists, for the artists, with the people.” All sales go to GW Art and the complimentary space will be provided to another artist for the next two weeks.
Remember some eye-catching GW Art Paintings are still available such as ‘Dance Tempo’!
Thanks for coming out and Supporting Art Wednesdays and GW Art! The link to the Skkan album for both Wednesdays featuring GW Art are up on the Suga Lifestyle Facebook Page.
GW Art’s exhibition runs until October 1st at the Reggae Mill Bar, Devon House. You can view any evening as you please. You can also get a chance to chat with me, the Artist over a drink tonight from 7-11pm at The Reggae Mill Bar.
The exhibit features a Brand New Collection including a Preview of what is in store for Christmas and also showcases a few old faves.
Sneak Peak of ‘Dance Tempo’ that Debuts Tonight!
Today the Reggae Mill turns into a Gallery. All sales go to GW Art and this event was inspired by Swizz Beatz’ No Commission movement.
Please come out and Support Art Wednesdays and GW Art!
Thanks to everyone who came out to support GW Art at Art Wednesdays last night at the Reggae Mill Bar!
Art Wednesdays was inspired by Swizz Beat’s No Commission movement that started in Miami during Art Basel 2015.
Fairs showcase artists without charging a participation fee and taking “No Commission” on any sales.
No Commission was inspired to create a platform that is 100 percent for the artist. At the time Swizz Beatz didn’t see anything out there like it. Swizz Beatz along with The Dean Collection team are “by the artists, for the artists, with the people.” He then found the perfect partner in Bacardi to help make No Commission Fairs a global movement and not just a domestic initiative.
Swizz Beatz’s No Commission Art Fair has gone to London as well.
Kudos to Alexx Antaeus and The Reggae Mill Bar for taking on this initiative at the Devon House in Kingston, Jamaica.
Many local artists have gotten the opportunities to showcase their talents and now it’s GW Art’s turn!
Remember the exhibition runs until October 1st, so you can view any evening as you please. You can also get a chance to chat with me, the Artist over a drink next Wednesday from 7-11pm at The Reggae Mill Bar.
Thanks again to all who took the time during the week to come out last night and for those who contacted me with kind messages, compliments and motivation. It was truly appreciated.
Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC), one of the premier business support organizations in Jamaica, has distributed GW Art Tabletop/Desktop pieces at their Things Jamaican store locations islandwide for sale and décor.
Things Jamaican represents products that have been produced in Jamaica and serves as the marketing support services unit of the JBDC. Gabby a.k.a Suga is extremely happy to have GW Art amongst other products representing Brand Jamaica for tourists to take a piece of Jamaica back home with them.
GW Art tabletop/desktops are compact (5×7)”, (8×10)” and (9×12)” pieces convenient for souvenirs, gifting and travel and are in Things Jamaican stores near you!
Buy Jamaican and Build Jamaica
Things Jamaican Locations
Devon House . Norman Manley International Airport . JBDC’s Corporate Office (14 South Camp Road)