Edrin Symonette (Born New Providence, Bahamas) attended The College of the Bahamas and obtained a AA in Fine Arts and BA in Secondary Art Education. During this period, He became more exposed to contemporary practices and dove into experimentation with various mediums. He looked for inspiration not only from masters of the renaissance era but Bahamian masters as well. Artists like Brent Malone, John Beadle and, John Cox, helped refine his eye for colour and interactions on the picture plane. The works of Antonius Roberts and Tyrone Ferguson furthered Symonette's understanding of working in the third dimension, and the processes involved in creating such works. Now, Symonette is intrigued by the process of life-casting and sculpture. Contemplating the journey of solving each unique problem through the exploration of natural material and concept; the juxtaposition of natural and unnatural, traditional and non-traditional, he feels as if he found a particular style that satisfies his interpretation of beauty in the world around him.
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