Swaby hosts art exhibition

Saturday, May 19, 2018

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ARTIST Ruthlyn Swaby recently concluded an exhibition at the YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association) on Arnold Road in Kingston under the theme: Find Your Voice, Share Your Story.

Her niece and colleague Sophia Ann Williams also shared the occasion.

This was Swaby's first major exhibition and it ran from April 24 to 29. The event saw a number of painting, sculptures and decorative jewellery on display.

Swaby gave the exhibition a spiritual meaning.

“Think about your walk with God, your, means of worship, and how much you appreciate the grace and favour of God in your life, then you will be able to appreciate each piece as an individual dialogue between the clay being moulded into a pot and the potter making the clay,” she said.

Currently serving in the capacity of lecturer at The Mico University College and facilitator for online education courses at The University of the West Indies Open Campus, Swaby also volunteers her service part-time as executive director at YWCA Kingston and as a member of the board of directors for St Barnabas Early Childhood Development Centre.

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