Posts Tagged "Shopping in Jamaica"

New Jamaican Art and Crafts Gallery Opens in Brown’s Town

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Blog, Jamaica Things to Do, Jamaican crafts, St. Ann Jamaica | 0 comments

New Jamaican Art and Crafts Gallery Opens in Brown’s Town

 Artist Opens Gallery In Brown's Town Published: Sunday | April 7, 2013 A new gallery and craft shop has been opened by artist Thorold DeMercado in Brown's Town, St Ann, to serve the north coast and surrounding areas. DeMercado, who returned to the island last year after living in the UK for the past 16 years, recently held his second successful exhibition at the Pegasus Gallery, said he hopes to attract clients from the northern part of the island and visitors who travel to the birthplace of reggae icon Bob Marley in Nine Miles. According to the artist, the gallery showcases his own work,...

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Jamaican Wood Carving from Port Antonio artist, Rockbottom

Posted by on Apr 6, 2013 in Blog, Jamaican crafts, Port Antonio Jamaica | 0 comments

Jamaican Wood Carving from Port Antonio artist, Rockbottom

Get Jamaican wood carving by Rockbottom in Port Antonio I love art & crafts, but in Jamaica it can be a challenge to find truly locally-made items. Meet my friend, Rockbottom (given name: Girvan Rhoofe). He's a talented wood carver with a very large stall in Port Antonio's Musgrave Market, the big market in the center of town on West Street between the Main Square (with the lovely NCB Bank in the old courthouse & the clock tower) and the Port Antonio Square. You can't miss Musgrave Market - there are always ladies sitting out front selling fruits, vegetables, shoes & other stuff....

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Quality Art & Craft Shopping in Jamaica | Where to Look

Posted by on Apr 5, 2013 in Blog, Jamaica Things to Do, Jamaican Art, Jamaican crafts, Shopping in Jamaica | 0 comments

Quality Art & Craft Shopping in Jamaica | Where to Look

To the following nice list from Island Buzz Jamaica, I have to add the Things Jamaican stores which you'll find throughout the island. If you're looking for something out of the ordinary (and not made in China) to remember your trip, definitely visit their shops for the finest authentic Jamaican arts, crafts and souvenirs. You can be sure that are 100% made in Jamaica! The have shops in Kingston, Negril, Port Antonio (at Errol Flynn Marina), at Devon House in Kingston, and at Norman Manley and Sangster International airports.   6 Must Stop Souvenir Shops in Jamaica From local hand-made...

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