X-pressionist Art

You can take the girl out of the Caribbean, but you can’t take the Caribbean out of the girl.

Alison Wells is a Black Expressionist artist from Trinidad who lives and works in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States.  View her art, support her work at:

www.alisonwells.comInstagram.com/alisonwellsartFacebook.com/alisonwellsart)

The spirit of the caribbean is alive and well in the diaspora.

Myvanwy Evans is a London based artist of Welsh/Guyanese descent. She did all the artwork for my novel Journey as the Wire Bend up River where the Story End.

ZEB is a London based artist and tattoo artist of Trinidadian descent. Check out his amazing freehand, bespoke tattoos at Zebtatoos on Instagram. Below is his Taino version of Papa Bwa.

Mandi-Mando. I am bush Ananse. You not as smart as me. ZEBtattos
Battimamzelle (dragonfly) Fact: Battimamzelles eat mosquito lavae.

Artist of the future. Keanu is 8 and loves Megazoids and Megaman. But if that ain’t Moko Jumbie…

Black X-pressionist art.

Water and Time.

X-pressionist Ballet. Joburg Ballet South Africa. Not just for fun. Powerful, Beautiful, Relevant. Thank you Anne for showing this to me.

With #CapeTown reservoir levels plummeting to record lows, the #CapeWaterCrisis has become a major concern for the entire country. We’re proud to present our latest #BreakingBallet, a rain dance for the drought-stricken province. Inspired by Queen Modjadji of the Balobedu people, and shot on location at the near-empty Theewaterskloof Dam, the dance was choreographed and performed by senior soloist @Kitty Phetla. While we hope it will bring rain, this dance is also an important reminder of the value of water to life on earth, and the necessity to conserve it at all costs. If you’re travelling to the Western Cape this festive season, please make water conservation an absolute priority.

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