The Cayman Art Evolution

Caribbean art is a very broad term, given the wide variety of works of art and that comes from the region and the number of countries and cultures within the scope of the Caribbean.

In this context, it is almost impossible to "set" Caribbean art, as well as the region itself, the various influences of the past and its historical development involve a huge melting pot of cultures and races.

In this article we'll look at art as a small nation in the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands. Mainly because of the boom years on these small islands there are literally just a couple of decades, interest in art and its place in the Cayman company grew at a surprisingly rapid pace. huge demand for foreign investment, rapid population growth and the increase in expatriate workers and residents have seen in a long rise of art and islands now support a thriving scene and active arts.

When you think that it was only in 1996 that the country has opened its first national gallery, progress has been quite surprising and art lovers today are often surprised by the quality, originality the style and theme of the work is being produced by some of the established and emerging artists from the island. 

With this large expatriate population, most of the artists working in this small island nation hail from abroad, but the very Cayman has produced many of the finest, most respected and sought after painters and sculptors country.
At the time of the creation of the National Gallery, a group of artists joined in a cooperative effort and was called "Native Sons". This pioneering group has become a powerful driving force behind the expansion and modernization of the Caymanian art, devoting himself to push the envelope and educate the public in the field of contemporary art.

Faced as they were with a very stereotypical view of what the art of a Caribbean island should be, they began to change views and attitudes toward art and artists and really should be credited to the responsibility for most of the growth and development that has taken place since then.

This was something that these young rebels respect and future vision Caymanian artists found the choke and increased the seeds of artistic revolution. They knew that if art was to have a future of freedom of expression had to be pushed and encouraged by his art and creativity to develop and expand beyond their social boundaries hitherto sober and restrictive.

Of course, many artists in Cayman still produce a lot of work representing the natural beauty that surrounds them every day and many of them do a very good job, but the Cayman art by local artists and expats became part of the most varied and original in the region. arts education has also greatly benefited from the wave of artistic consciousness that is now recognized as an important part of identity development and the economy of both countries and of society.

Ultimately, for art lovers, the Cayman Islands are a paradise in the Caribbean. The art prices at the top end of the market will remain high, so people who want to own an original painting by some of the best known talents should expect to pay over $ 3000 CI and no really limit.

The determinants of the price of original works of art in the Cayman Islands are largely the same as anywhere else in the world. The hours of complexity and man involved in one room will have some influence, history, convenience and past commercial success of an artist are the main factors and established artists, the job size may also have a major impact on cost.

It is their work that caliber is rightly considered an investment, and convenience based on their unique beauty.

Watercolors, acrylics and oils, realism, surrealism, abstract and naïve, landscapes and portraits, sculptures in a wide range of materials, beautiful batiks and traditional arts and crafts of the region, if you like any art form the Cayman Isles will have something for you.

A look at the best work being produced today shows how they became narrow expectations and often unfairly associated with "Caribbean Art."

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