The painter, Roland RICHARDSON is pleased to welcome, this Wednesday, February 14, from 14 p.m. to 17 p.m., at the Center Hospitalier, Louis-Constant Fleming the entire population of Saint-Martin to its exhibition of 52 of his most beautiful works in shimmering colors.
This exhibition retraces the history of Saint-Martin, from its flamboyant fields to the turquoise sea, its beautiful flowers and fruits and above all its charming people, in an exhibition of 52 works which spans more than 22 years of the history of the island.
It tells a story of remarkable natural beauty and resilience, rebirth and hope.
All the works are created outdoors on site and are historic.
The artist is particularly pleased to share his works of his life with our community of health professionals, as well as patients and their families.
“Roland Richardson Gallery Museum” was forced to close, following damage suffered by Hurricane Irma.
Many of the works created throughout his life have been seriously damaged or completely lost.
The native artist of Marigot and his wife, Laura, are determined to exhibit the works which have not suffered any damage to the public, for the pleasure of all.
An opening, organized at the hospital, is offered to the public on February 14, 2018 from 14 p.m. to 17 p.m.
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy an afternoon of beauty and culture with this talented artist, courtesy of the administration of Louis-Constant Fleming Hospital.
All works of art are at reduced prices in order to restore the gallery which will celebrate its 20th anniversary at 6 rue de la République in Marigot.
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