Nassau, Bahamas - ArtOvation with TaDa is a weekly one-hour radio show covering Issues, interviews and introspection related to the developing and emerging arts and entertainment industries of the Bahamas.
This Saturday on ArtOvation w/TaDa radio: Sharell Carroll and Arjuna Watson
Oct 21, 2011 - 11:13:53 AM
Saturday, October 22nd
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Self Starters - Seminar
Sheraton, October 28th, 8am - 3pm
Self Starters - Trade Show
Mall At Marathon, November 5th
Arjuna "Aj" Watson
Arjuna Watson (born 1972, Trinidad) lived in Australia from the age of 5 and had no formal art education. He first made his mark in Melbourne, Australia, where the rebellious 13 year old spray painted walls, trains and outran the authorities. He joined the local graffiti crew, Crims Insane (CI) and together they went on a campaign to get as much of their art into the public arena as possible. After he was arrested, he moved into the mainstream and took life-drawing classes from Australian artist Craig Foster. Watson started combining the bold style of street art with realistic techniques.
In 1997, he visited Trinidad and secured a job doing sailboat deliveries, eventually sailing into Nassau Harbor in 1998. After meeting with local artists, he stayed in The Bahamas and began painting again. His first show opened in Nassau in 2006 and was entitled Decypul: a collection of urban images. The monochrome stenciled images in this exhibition launched him as a Bahamian artist. Watson has gone on to hold annual shows, group exhibitions and see his work in collections. He still enjoys painting on a large scale and occasionally throws up images on buildings, but this time by invitation.
* art night Albany Nov 4th 6pmwith Dionne Benjamin-Smith and 5 others Starting in Nov 2011
...Working on a few paintings and studies for the show, one night only...limited to 300 guests.
* "Narcissus" central bank easter 2012 latest paintings and studies from the past year of work based on the greek story of Narcissus and the Adoption as terminology used in psychology.
*In animate Objectswith Holly Parotti
May 2011 to Dec 2011
work in progress.
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