ST. KITTS & NEVIS ART
Rosey Cameron Smith has lived and painted in St. Kitts since 1977 and opened the Spencer Cameron Gallery in 1978 with fellow artist Kate Spencer.
Over the last ten years she has worked almost entirely to commission, varying the subject, size, style and surface according to demand, and painting murals in private homes and hotels in the Caribbean, the USA and the UK.
She is well known for her studies of the local monkeys (African Green Vervet), and her carnival figures, and also for capturing the charm and humour of West Indian life.
Rosey’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Latin American Art in Washington DC, the Commonwealth Institute in London UK and the FAO Collection in Rome, Italy. She has participated in several joint shows in England and her work is in private collections throughout the world.