An insightful collection of images of the island of Barbados that re-define the meaning of Paradise. "Peripatetikos" is the story of one artist's journey of re-discovery. Over a period of 3 years, visual artist William St.James Cummins (native of Barbados) has seen beyond the gloss of island life through a camera trained on the unexpected, the hidden, the more mundane yet charming textures of his Caribbean home. Beautiful colour and black & white photographs (also available as prints).
Born on the island of Barbados 1964. Attended Harrison College. Emigrated to the U.S.A. in 1979 where he graduated from West High School and later graduated from Williams College (1986) Massachusettes with a B.A. (Studio Art). Resident in Barbados 1993-Present. Practicing Artist specialising in Pastels on paper since 1986. Five major Solo Exhibits including "Psyche's Promise" 2010. Many Group Exhibits including repeat appearances in Barbadiana, a travelling exhibit of Contemporary Barbadian Art (1999, 2004, 2006) and twice represented Barbados at CARIFESTA (2006, 2008). Freelance Graphic Designer since 1994. Freelance Photographer since 2009.Relaxes with music, reading, film, swimming and traveling. Countries visited: U.S.A., Canada, France, India, Trinidad, Guyana, Grenada, Puerto Rico (U.S.), St.Thomas and St.Croix (U.S.V.I.), Anguilla, United Kingdom, Austria
Peripatetikos - A Wanderer's View of the Island of Barbados Published October 17, 2015