My work has been exhibited in the Caribbean, Europe, USA and South America. It is represented in Public Collections and treasured by Private Collectors worldwide. "Wings of the Morning", a Retrospective Exhibition of my work, was held at the Queens Park Gallery, Barbados, in November 2010. ( Hosted by the National Cultural Foundation of Barbados; curated by Janice Whittle MFA.)
I am a member of AICA ( International Art Critics Association) . My published writing includes 15 years of weekly art reviews in the Sunday Nation and Barbados Advocate, magazine articles on visual art, music and architecture, as well as an author- illustrated children’s book "Maya Mends the Moon". I am currently working on "Our very own"-the History of Barbados Arts Council'.
Among the many exhibitions that I have curated are major exhibitions like Francisco Cabral at the Barbados Museum ,the National Collection at the Queen’s Park Gallery and the Barbados Arts Council Theme shows.
Link to Feature address for "Home and Heart" Rosemary Pilgrim . QPG Sept 2014:
As cultural activist, member of AICA and President of the Barbados Arts Council I served as adviser/consultant to consecutive governments in matters of art policy. Together with Denyse Menard Greenidge, I was responsible for the concept, research, design and execution of the "Builders of Barbados" Monument, (The Wall of Names), in Golden Square, Bridgetown. Barbados.
Education. I studied painting and printmaking at St Martin’s, London, and Hovedskou School of Art, Gothenburg, Sweden, Sumo painting in Kuala Lumpur and Archeology/ Social Anthropology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Click here for education bio.
ABOVE: Left."Exposition",Gloria Chung, Queen's Park Gallery. Bridgetown, Barbados 2001. Middle."10 Young Artists" .BAC Gallery, AICA AGM> Bridgetown Barbados, 2003. Right:" When Earth Sings". Bill Grace at the Art Foundry. St Philip. Barbados. BELOW: Left. "Looking Forward-Looking Back", The National Collection at Government House and Ilaro Court. QPG.1987 Right: "Betwixt and Beetween". The National Collection CGA, Speightstown. 2004.