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The Ananse Gallery is a new art gallery located on #8 Bengal Street in St James, Trinidad and Tobago which opens its doors to the public on Monday 2nd October 2017 from noon.

To mark the gallery’s opening in the ‘City that never sleeps’, a total of seven local emerging visual artists will feature past and present works in the new space. These include new artists
such as Keisha Richards’ multiple acrylic expressions, mesmerizing figure interpretations of
semi realism by Shalise Thomas and bright abstract acrylic paintings by artist Katrianna
Rezende. They are joined by illustrator, graphic designer, fine artist and teacher Gabriella
D’Abreau, visual mixed media artist Sarah Burrows, Caribbean neo pop artist Halcian Pierre
and representational and abstract painter Tyrel De Bique, who is also curating this maiden
exhibition space.

The goal of the Ananse Art Gallery and Showroom is to serve as a venue for upcoming visual artists to have their work in a physical environment, so that all can view and appreciate their artistic journeys.

Being in St James it is an added plus for the art community, and is a fitting venue for artists and creatives who are coming into their own. Visitors will be sure to appreciate the many expressions of bold colours as well as representational and whimsical depictions highlighting various approaches to each genre.

The Ananse Art Gallery and Showroom is open Mondays to Saturdays from noon to 8pm.
For further information, please contact Tyrel De Bique at 1(868) 468-5589 or email

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