NO1 $950.00
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 Interne.

I am therefore unable to carve wood but I have been creating some ceramics using the slab roller; of course I am unable to complete them due to us having no electricity.

I wish I had a woodburning kiln because of the amount of wood lying around from the 200 fallen utilities poles and the number of giant tamarind, grape and other trees that were uprooted by the hurricane.

However I am alive and well and the Art Gallery suffered no damage, we lost one ceramic relief hanging that fell off the wall,there was earthquake like shaking during Irma.

We don’t expect regular electricity back for at least another month, but I hope to install a generator this week which will allow me to carve but not operate my electric kiln.

Some friends and customers has asked how they can help because of the hurricane, the Gallery does not expect to resume regular business for at least another three months;we will appreciate your help by purchasing from the website to help us through this disaster.
Manny thanks.
Courtney & Carrole.

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.

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