YardEdge Talks To Jamaican Artist Marisa Willoughby
Guest video blogger Berette Macaulay of SeBiArt speaks with Jamaican painter Marisa Willoughby while visiting her home studio in Purley, England.
Part 1 of a 2 part interview
Pieces seen in the interview were featured in an exhibition at 128 Gallerie in Kingston, Jamaica last December and can currently be seen as part of the National Biennial show at the National Gallery of Jamaica through March 2009. You can also see Marisa’s work at www.marisaartist.com.
Marisa Willoughby is the daughter of the late musician and radio personality Neville Willoughby and past Jamaican beauty queen Virginia Lacroix. She is the sister of former Pulse model and Miss Jamaica Universe Justine Willoughby.
Marisa lives and works in Purley, England with her husband, musician Giles Holland, and their two sons Julian and Dominique.
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Marisa’s work is absolutely FABULOUS ! I will go back to the National Gallery to view her work,there was so much going on at the opening i may have overlooked them.Wow,Congratulations!
Big ups to an artist of colossal talent and skill. DEF visit her website AND go to the Nat’l Gallery to see her work – just incredible. Proud of you MarMar!!!!
Her paintings are amazing! Make sure you check them out at her website.
Keep up the good work Berette,can’t wait to see pt 2