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© DOONGALIK STUDIOS ART GALLERY NEWSLETTER

February 2017— Volume 11 Issue 2—Happy Valentine’s!
20 Village Road Open Mon - Wed 10am – 4pm
P.O. Box N-1207▪ Nassau, Bahamas ▪ Tel (242) 394.1886 ▪ Email: pam.burnside@doongalik.com
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PROMOTING THE VISION: ”By the Year 2020 more visitors will be attracted to The Bahamas by Bahamian Art,
Culture and Heritage than by sun, sand and sea.”

Ryan Turnquest’s ‘JOURNEY TO NEVERLAND’ Opening photos

INSIDE THIS ISSUE
RYAN TURNQUEST’S PHOTOS 1
NEWS, NEW ITEMS & CREATIVE
NASSAU 2
DOONGALIK NEWS NEW ITEMS
Doongalik is pleased to have completed a BROOKE BURN-
Valentine's installation entitled "Love is in the SIDE—Just in time
Air" in the US Departure Lounge at LPIA for for Valentine’s these
pastel coloured geo-
the month of February. Our sincere thanks to metric pastel draw-
the seven incredible artists, Beverly Taylor of ings on paper will
Harl Taylor BAG, Elsie Frazier, Marvin Storr of add a soft touch to
ILAND, Margaret Finlayson, Bernadette Ban- your surroundings—
nister, Nancy Swaby and Del Foxton ,whose buy several to make
a statement!
amazing products are displayed - check out
the listing on our website under the LPIA
page!
ISLANDZ—Finally in stock—
several i-phone 6 / 6+ and
Samsung S3 rubber and flip-
cases with artwork from Jack-
son Burnside’s ‘Blues & Rain-
bows’ series.

The Transforming Spaces Committee is finalizing
plans for this year’s 13th Art Tour scheduled for
Saturday and Sunday, April 1 and 2, 2017.

Patrons will be pleased to know that the Commit-
tee has heeded their overwhelming request to re-
turn to the tried and trusted original format of a
dedicated guided Bus Tour transporting patrons to
and from the various participating galleries which
will include the D’Aguilar Art Foundation, Doonga-
lik Studios Art Gallery, Hillside House, National Art CN Radio hosts, Patti & Pam, interviewed guest, Allan Mur-
Gallery of The Bahamas, New Providence Art & ray, a noted retired history teacher, about his publications:
Antiques, and Popop Studios. Bahaman History Highlighrts and Colourful History of The
BELOW—Artist June Collie poses by the mural she produced to Bahamas. He has also prepared a power point lecture on
‘transform’ a building in downtown Nassau for TS2016
Bahamian Majority Rule Day for public presentations. Con-
tact him at nilgirial@yahoo.com . You can listen to this radio
interview along with many others by logging on to
www.creativenassau.com under the CN Radio page. CN
Radio is broadcast on IslandFM 102.9 every Tuesday at
7pm and re-broadcast on Sundays at 5pm , or by logging on
to islandfmonline.com. Proudly sponsored by Esso
Bayshore and Esso Winton!
AND DON’T FORGET: The Creative Nassau Markets are
held in Pompey Square, Bay Street on WEDNESDAYS &
FRIDAYS from 9am-5pm.!