Courtney is a Barbados born sculptor and ceramic artist with an international reputation; currently living in Anguilla and CEO of Devonish Art Gallery.
Winner of many prizes and awards in Barbados.
Exhibitions include UK, Italy, USA, Canada and The Caribbean.
The year was 1969; days after returning to Barbados after spending seven and a half years in England, I paid a visit to the Ministry of Education. Three months earlier […]
Work Space Have You Sourced Your Ceramic Equipment And Supplies. To begin your new project, you must first organize your work space with enough shelves for commercial production or you […]
Background During the eighties I worked for the Canadian Training Awards Project (CTAP) as a ceramic consultant; traveling around the Eastern Caribbean researching clay deposits, sourcing ceramic supplies and training […]
The Island Is looking so much better, electricity has been restored, street lights are being replaced, and the streets are looking good as there is a new arrangement that takes […]
Wood Carving Blog- The Creative Process- Stage one Visitors to the gallery often ask questions that I am usually reluctant to answer or sometimes give an abstract answer or reply […]
I must apologize for my absence from the website for the past month and a half; Anguilla was devastated by hurricane Irma and I am still without electricity and normal […]
This post was inspired by a comment received. Let me tell you a little story to support this tip. In the seventies I operated a ceramic and woodcarving studio in […]
TOUCH FORMS by Courtney Devonish Touch forms were first created during my student days more than 50 years ago. In the beginning the touch forms were designed to help fellow […]
Touch forms during my student days to help fellow student quit smoking.Their major complaint was- they needed something to do with their hands- In the beginning the forms were abstract […]