Art is not only about beauty and aesthetics. If used properly, it can become an enormous power capable of changing people’s life and the world around. Fine Art Shippers is happy to tell you about the annual cultural fundraiser and art show entitled “Paintings In The Garden III — Rhythm & Harmony in Color, Media and Culture” by Alicia Aberdeen Art. The pop-up exhibit pursues good causes and aims to donate two fully loaded laptops to St. Francis Boys’ College. Besides, it promotes Caribbean art, which is indeed a unique contribution to the world of contemporary art.
Paintings In The Garden III, an Art Fundraiser Promoting Caribbean Art
The cultural fundraiser was organized by the prominent Trinidadian artist Alicia Aberdeen-Jones. As the name of the event suggests, it is the third installment of the art show that will be on view in Red Hook, Brooklyn, through December 18, 2021. “Paintings In The Garden III” is organized in collaboration with the widely-known Trinidadian calypsonian David Rudder. Two new laptops will be provided to his alma mater, St. Francis Boys’ College in Trinidad and Tobago. Two laptops were already donated to the school, but the goal is at least five.
The third installment of the show features some of the finest pieces of Caribbean art. First and foremost, it is a David Rudder portrait in 24k gold painted by Alicia Aberdeen-Jones herself. Besides, you can listen to the song cover of David Rudder’s Song For A Lonely Soul by Gyazette of Trinidad. It is also worth mentioning that the exhibition has two pieces of digital art by another remarkable Trinidadian artist Andrew Fitt. As you see, the event succeeds in being aesthetically rich and socially important at the same time.
Every piece sold at the art show will give some percent of the sale price to the fundraising budget. If you live in New York or somewhere nearby, Fine Art Shippers invites you to visit this amazing art exhibition where noble purposes harmonically combine with Caribbean art.