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Moore Town Maroon by Ewan McAnuff
Blue Hole by McAnuff Art
Red Gal Ring by Ewan McAnuff
Keeping Secret by Ewan McAnuff
Mystery Woman by Ewan McAnuff
Love Cloud by Ewan McAnuff
Magnet by Ewan McAnuff
The Picnic in Hope Gardens by Ewan McAnuff
Reggae Signal by Ewan McAnuff
Grants Pen Road by Ewan McAnuff
Quality Time #2 by Ewan McAnuff
Outlook by Ewan McAnuff
View from Bridgemont Heights by Ewan McAnuff
U,W.I by Ewan McAnuff
Shortwood House by Ewan McAnuff
St. Peters Church_updated by Ewan McAnuff
Beechamvill Methodist Church by Ewan McAnuff
Mico University College by Ewan McAnuff
Holywell by Ewan McAnuff
Black River 1 by Ewan McAnuff
Hope Tree by Ewan McAnuff
Touching Base by Ewan McAnuff
Recess by Ewan McAnuff
Lovers Leap by Ewan McAnuff
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About Ewan McAnuff
McAnuff sees himself as an impressionistic artist. His medium of choice is oil on canvas
and he utilizes a wide range of subtle colours to create a soft, sensitive quality in his
paintings which are a synthesis of portraits, landscapes and street scenes and although subtle,
often carry a hint of social commentary.
Since 1985, McAnuff has participated in a number of group exhibitions
such as Jamaica Guild of Artists shows, Young Generation Exhibition at Mutual Life
Gal1ery, and the Harmony Hall Anniversary Show. He was also a participant in the
1986 Annual Festival of Fine Arts competition in which he was awarded a
certificate of merit, for his landscape, Boot Hill and he was also awarded a
silver in 1996 for his portrait, Port Royal Resident. His work may be found in
private col1ectlons both locally and internationally.
McAnuff is the fourth recipient of the Life of Jamaica Art Scholarship.
A keen observer of his surroundings, this artist receives
inspiration from the beauty of Jamaica's people; its landscape and seascape; its
architecture. His philosophy leaves no room for complacency. It is important for
him to keep in touch with what is taking place in the Art World.
Through his paintings, Ewan McAnuff intends to continue to bring vital
features of Jamaican life, as he sees it, to the attention of his fellow
Jamaicans and the world at large.