Aaron Hamilton

Aaron. H. Hamilton is an artist, native to the island of Dominica.He uses a variety of media including pastel, pencil, acrylic and watercolor to illustrate the natural and material aspects of the landscape and culture of Dominica.

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Anabel Alfonso

Anabel Alfonso Suarez was born in Santa Clara, Cuba (1986). She studied graphic design at the Superior Institute of Design (ISDI) in Havana.

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Angel Velazco

Ángel Velazco Hernández (Havana, Cuba, 1971) is a designer, illustrator and cartoonist. He currently works as art director for Zunzún, a monthly children’s magazine.

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Christopher Williams

Christopher Williams was born on St. Thomas, USVI on April 4, 1989 and raised in St. Andrew, Jamaica. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing, and has been drawing as far as he can remember.

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Cherise Harris

Cherise Harris is an illustrator living in Barbados. After completing her associate degree in visual arts at the Barbados Community College, Cherise received her BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and her MA in illustration: authorial practice from Falmouth University in the UK.

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Cynthia Hatfield

Cynthia Hatfield shows and sells fine art both locally and stateside. . Ms. Hatfield holds a B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Maryland with a minor in Zoology, as well as a Master’s of Art Education from Maryland Institute College of Art. She teaches art to (and learns from) children at St. Croix Country Day School.

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Earleen Griswold

Earleen Griswold is a West Coast native who lived for five years in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, where the illustrations for A Caribbean Journey From A to Y (Read and Discover What Happened to the Z) were created.

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Karen L. Samuel

Karen L. Samuel is an acclaimed artist who is native to the island of St. John, United States Virgin Islands. She is the recipient of the Governor’s Excellence in the Arts Award, the Territory’s highest award for artists.

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Marcos Castillo

Marcos Castillo was born in the Dominican Republic, but raised in the Virgin Islands on St. Croix. He graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio with a BFA in illustration.

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María Antonia Ordóñez

María Antonia Ordóñez is a Cuban Puerto Rican artist who lives in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. She studied art at the University of Puerto Rico, The Art Student’s League, The School of Fine Arts of Puerto Rico, and Casa Candina.

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Michelle McIlroy

Michelle McIlroy was born and raised in Athens, NY, where she returned to reside after completing college. She has spent a lifetime being around two and four-legged kids, both in her classroom as a teacher and on the family-run goat farm she and her family are part of now.

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Moses Djeli

Moses Djeli is a photographer and teacher from Florida. He now lives between the U.S. Virgin Islands and Brooklyn, NY, and is a teacher with the New York City Department of Education.
 

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Pablo Picayo

 Pablo Picayo was born in the US Virgin Islands and is a freelance digital photo and web editor. He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City and is presently working on a full-length graphic novel.

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Stacey Byer

Stacey Byer is a Grenadian painter and illustrator with a BFA from the Ringling College of Art and Design. Stacey Byer is a Grenadian painter and illustrator. She earned her B.F.A. at Ringling College of Art and Design. Stacey's work can be found in various art collections worldwide. Her interests include exploring art’s wider links with education, art therapy and environment, specifically for vulnerable groups such as women and children.  

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Yolanda V. Fundora

Yolanda V. Fundora is a Cuban-American artist born in Havana and raised in New York City. She currently lives in Chatham, New Jersey. She lived in Puerto Rico for 10 years, where she was an active member of the art community and the organization Mujeres Artistas de Puerto Rico. Her work is part of many private and corporate collections, including the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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