BIOGRAPHY OF ART



BIRTHPLACE:

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago


EDUCATION:

California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland CA, 1985

Bachelor of Fine Arts


MEDIA:

Oils, Charcoal, Conte, Pencil, Acrylic Inks, Water Colour and Mixed Media.


EXHIBITIONS:


Reflective Moods - A Mother Daughter Collaboration

In memory of my father, Arnim Rudder

The Gallery of Fine Arts, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 2010

Entered:

The Forest River

Birds in Flight


Art with Heart

Mercy Art Gallery, Burlingame, CA 2006

A traveling show of art reflecting the Mercy ministries and their missions.

Entered:

The Joke - Two Old men


I’ve known Rivers/Transformation (e-exhibition of stories)

Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD), San Francisco CA 2005

Entered:

Short Story – K’Awo


Malonga Village Revival Installation

Malonga Cultural Center, Oakland CA 2005

Entered:

Maferefun ESU


Possibilities Art Gathering

The Crucible, West Oakland CA 2005

Entered:

SHANGO, Kabi e s’ile O


African Influences in the Latin American Diaspora

Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco CA 2002

Entered:

SHANGO, Kabi e s’ile O,



Published Painting - Anthropology Book titled “Beads Body and Soul”,

John Drewal and John Mason, authors, 2000.

SHANGO, Kabi e s’ile O


Orisas, Duo exhibition with Jimi Evans

Koncepts Cultural Gallery, Oakland CA 1990

Sold:

The Pantheon

Osun

Oya


INFLUENCES, One woman exhibition

West Mall, Trinidad, West Indies 1985

Sold:

The Three Bellé Dancers


California College of Arts and Crafts, Senior Drawing Exhibition

CCAC, Oakland CA 1985

Entered:

Self Portrait, nude

Shango


Trinidad and Tobago Arts Society Exhibit, Holiday Inn

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 1982

Entered:

Pidgeon Point


Trinidad and Tobago Arts Society Exhibit,

Point Lisas, Trinidad 1981

Sold:

The Tapia House


Berger Paints Art Competition, “International Year of the child”,

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 1979

Entered:

The Family


Berger Paints Art Competition, “Trinidad Industries”

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 1977

Sold:

T&TEC Power Station, now called PowerGen.


INFLUENCES:

The Culture and Religion of the African Diaspora,Caribbean and Latin cultures.

Ancient religions