Association of Jamaican Potters Fair Features Work from Local Potters, Artists and Jewelers

Work by Patrick Hall, Potter

On Saturday December 18th and Sunday December 19th the Association of Jamaican Potters will be staging  their annual ART & CRAFT FAIR to be held on the grounds of the Forestry Department, 173 Constant Spring Road , Kingston 8 (just below the Tax Office and Constant Spring Post Office).

Hours are from 9 am to 5 pm.

I visited the fair this morning and there are some great pottery and other items by local artists including paintings, prints, sculpture, jewelry, candles, handmade soaps, castor oil products, straw hats and bags.

Parking is available on the grounds or on the street and refreshments are on sale.

Support local art!

Work by Patrick Hall, Potter
Work by KODA

KODA has some amazing jewelry handmade from local wood and other materials including cacoon, coconut, and tamarind wood aged for 14 years.  There are also abengs made from bull horns used by the Maroons.

Work by KODA - necklaces from cacoon and coconut
Jamaican sculpture
Hand crafted bowls by Clifford Osbourne
Jamaican woodwork
Clifford Osbourne
Solomon Sinclair

Artist Solomon Sinclair had on show a selection of his paintings and ceramics.


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  1. Phyllis
    March 22, 2018 at 5:28 pm — Reply

    How can I get in touch with the hand crafted bowls artist. Where is his shop

  2. Kima
    February 21, 2011 at 10:55 am — Reply

    This fair is always a good on to attend! Looking forward to it again this yr!

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