GW Art’s NEW ‘INSEPARABLE’ Framed (8×10)” Charcoal on Paper [Framed by Frame Art Jamaica]
GW Art’s NEW Framed Charcoal on paper piece is ‘INSEPARABLE’!
GW Art will be featured at JBDC Jamaica’s 1st Christmas In July VIRTUAL TRADESHOW from The Jamaica Pegasus TODAY from 2PM – 4PM!
Get a sneak peek of more NEW GW Art pieces and see flyer for details here:
GW Art’s NEW ‘ISLAND SET’ Framed (19×24)cm Painting [Framed by Frame Art Jamaica]
GW Art’s ‘DISCONNECTED’ (4×4)” Mini Tabletop/Desktop Painting with Easel
GW Art’s ‘REGGAE MUSIC’ (4×4)” Mini Tabletop/Desktop Painting with Easel
Great Corporate/Pixie Gifts and Souvenirs from GW Art!
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Hosts will be Emprezz (@emprezzgolding) & Johnny (@chrisjohnnydaley)!
GW Art will be at JBDC’s 1st VIRTUAL Christmas In July from The Jamaica Pegasus TODAY from 2PM – 4PM! Check out the information here:
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Gabrielle Burgess of GW Art poses with NEW, Framed (8×10)” Painting, ‘Black and Blue, Who Knew?’, framed by Frame Art Jamaica Ltd.
Check out GW Art’s NEW Framed (8×10)” Painting, ‘Black and Blue, Who Knew?’. The abused with black and blue who sometimes have multiple or bold personalities crying out for attention, who sometimes hide their feelings or hide behind a mask, or are simply just black and abused.
A part of GW Art’s masterpiece, ‘Connected’ that is also still available.
‘Black and Blue, Who Knew?’ is a part of the ongoing 2020 Collection and is perfect for the Home or Office. It makes a great gift too. GW Art is for Everyone. Get yours today!
GW Art will be at JBDC’s Christmas In July, a Virtual Staging from The Jamaica Pegasus this THURSDAY! Check out the information here:
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GW Art’s Collection was held in the Rio Bueno Suite of the Jamaica Pegasus last week Saturday evening. The weather held up and a few persons even came out within the first hour of the show, but the majority filtered in from 6pm onwards.
Guests appreciated the colours and textures used by the artist, as well as the variety of pieces on display. The Collection definitely represented GW Art’s motto that ‘GW Art is for Everyone’.
Acrylic on canvas was the main medium used for wall paintings, big and small, framed and unframed.
Homey pieces greeted guests on the way in, followed by a wall of nature.
Consultant rheumatologist, Dr. Stacy Davis admiring a decorative pair of paintings by GW Art.
The standout piece for the night, ‘Connected’ showed depth and good technique from the artist.
GW Art’s new piece, ‘Connected’ – Acrylic on (60×60)m Canvas
‘Connected’ had quite a bit of representation for 1 piece and the artist ensured her perspective for it was expressed in her Lookbook, which ended up being passed around by guests with much excitement. The Lookbook included a chronological order of pieces from the current and previous collections with a bit about the artist, her perspective on each piece and how GW Art began. The Lookbook was dedicated to the artist’s late father and past West Indies Cricketer, Basil (Shotgun) Williams. Gabrielle plans on updating this lookbook as more pieces are created.
Sacha Vaccianna-Riley going through GW Art’s Lookbook with a glass of Vino in hand. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
There were a few wooden signs and pieces on a grid wall panel display, courtesy of Miracle Corporation Ltd., that caught the eyes of many. These pieces showed the trendy side of GW Art and ‘Blessed’was a favourite, with replicas ordered throughout the night.
Amongst the smaller paintings, ‘Our Doctor Bird’ was another favourite, with light brush strokes. The piece was inspired by the artist’s outing to Cafe Eits one morning for breakfast, where the hummingbirds would often come and go to their trees on property in the midst of a calm and cool ambience.
‘Our Doctor Bird’ on (8×10)” acrylic on canvas
‘Figure 8’ and ‘Foreplay’ were quite a hit with the men.
Gabrielle Burgess of GW Art with Jagari Green and her acrylic on canvas piece, ‘Figure 8’. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
GW Art’s ‘Foreplay’ – Framed by Frame Art Jamaica; Acrylic on (12×16)” Canvas. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Patsy and Raymond Mair shop cheeses with Gordon Dempster of Outland Hurders Creamery and Farmstead. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Throughout the night, guests mingled and contemplated which pieces they should walk away with for the night.
Hospitality guru, Nicola Madden-Greig and husband, Stephen Greig were in attendance to support Suga Lifestyle (GW Art). [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
With GW Art, it’s always wine o’clock, so wine was complimentary to guests complemented by what was on offer from the 3 selected, local artisans. Gabrielle Burgess of Suga Lifestyle, under which GW Art falls, knew that Jamaican made cheeses from Outland Hurders Creamery & Farmstead, Homemade Jams and Pepper Jellies from Chorlavi’s, along with bean to bar 71% dark Chocolate from One One Cacao would not only pair well with the Wine and Prosecco offered, but pair well amongst each other as well.
The artisans were pleasantly surprised, realising this during the event and were seen purchasing from each other. This is what Suga Lifestyle and embracing Brand Jamaica is all about!
Half and Half, Red Maroon, and the guest’s favourite, Jamaican Jack – cheeses from Outland Hurders Creamery and Farmstead. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Tipsy Tamarind Jam, just one of the many from Chorlavi’s Homemade Pepper Jellies and Jams, low in sugar, which paired well with not only Cheese, but One One Cacao’s St. Mary, Unity Estate, 71% Dark Chocolate. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
The award-winning One One Cacao had their Bean to Bar Dark Chocolate and freshly baked Dark Chocolate Cookies. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Nella Davis Stewart of Chorlavi’s telling Dr. Kamar Fletcher and Kareem Tomlinson all about her homemade Pepper Jellies and Jams. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Local Chocolatier, Nick Davis with wife, Marta enjoyed the night as much as guests did. [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
Brand Jamaica was well supported by over 80 guests in attendance and the event was a success for Suga Lifestyle (GW Art).
(L-R) Diane Wilson, Artist, Gabrielle Burgess, Damany Calder and Kimberly Nesbeth enjoyed their night with Suga Lifestyle (GW Art). [Photo: Kirk Wignall]
GW Art’s ‘Regal in the Room’ from the New Summer Collection
No one tends to ignore the Elephant in the room, especially when it looks so regal!
‘Regal in the Room’ is part of GW Art’s new Summer Collection and will be at Christmas in July next Thursday, July 18th at The Jamaica Pegasus from 9am to 6pm.
Christmas in July is a Corporate Gift and Souvenir Initiative. Corporate gifting in Jamaica includes gifts at Christmas, gifts at conferences, tokens for promotional activities and much more.
Instead of purchasing corporate gifts from overseas or from local businesses that import items, companies have begun to explore local options. This initiative differentiates their offerings and adds uniqueness and creativity to their gifts, while managing costs.
Get GW Art in your space today and help to Support Local!
Stay tuned for more.
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By: Gabrielle Burgess (Artist)
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Come out this Sunday from 2pm – 4pm at the Convent of Immaculate Conception High to see budding and experienced talent at the same time. Past and present students of Immaculate High will be showcasing their works of Art.
GW Art will be there. Come and meet me! Part proceeds of sales go towards the renovations of the school’s art studios.
The exhibition runs from this Thursday, November 15th to next Tuesday, November 20th from 10am to 6pm at St. Francis Hall by the Convent on the grounds of Immaculate Conception High School.
Gabrielle Burgess a.k.a Suga of GW Art at last week’s Art Wednesdays at the Reggae Mill Bar, Devon House
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!
GW Art’s new piece, ‘Dance Tempo’ (Acrylic on Canvas)
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!
Multi-Medium Artist, Gabrielle (Williams) Burgess of GW Art poses with her favourite piece from her New Collection at The Reggae Mill Bar’s Art Wednesdays last night at Devon House. (Photo: Skkan Media)
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.
Besties, Brittne Murray and Charis Thompson came out to GW Art’s exhibit at Art Wednesdays last night at The Reggae Mill Bar, Devon House.