1960: Started painting
and drawing at Boys Town YMCA lyming and developing
1964: to 67: Attended
the Trench Town Comprehensive High School excelling in the visual
1967: Granted Father
Hugh Sherlock tuition scholarship to attend Jamaica School of Art
while at Boys Tow YMCA in Trench Town
1967: Winner of a full
four year scholarship from Gerry Dunlop and Associates to attend
Jamaica School of Art (now Edna Manley College of the Visual Arts)
1967 - 71: Attended
St. Georges College while at Jamaica School of Art
1967-1973: Art tutor in Boys Town YMCA.
1968-1971: Member of Boys Town YMCA, Board of Governors in Trench
1971: Graduate from
the Jamaica School of Art- Edna Manley School of the Visual and
1973: Exhibited abroad with the Jamaica Tourist Board Exhibition to
Chicago and Florida.
1973: Featured in the
1973 issue of the Jamaica Journal.
1974: Featured in the
1974 issue of the Jamaica Journal.
1974: Represented in
the Jamaica National Museum with work 'Lovers Meditation'.
1974: Held first
one-man exhibition at the basement gallery Jamaica School of Art at
1974: Exhibited at the
National Workers Bank in Kingston
1974: Mrs. Edna Manley
purchased first piece of work in 1974, artist first solo
1974 - 1976: Did
advance studies at Pratt Institute, New York University School of
Continuing Education, 1974-1976: Several Group exhibitions abroad…
1980: Studied at The
New School and Gotham Work Shop Poetry Division NYC.
1980 to present: Patron to Trench Town, Culture Yard and the Reading
1980-1988: Member of the Association of Caribbean and American
1984 -1988: President
of The Association of Caribbean and American artists.
1985: Installed as critical resident of Trench Town in Trench Town
1985: Winner of the
Highbeam Business Syatems Award for Professional Excellence in the
field of Arts.
1988: Winner of the
Edna Manley Award for Excellence in the Arts in 1988.
of Interventional Arts International Inc. dba :(
i art i gallery).
1999- To present Works
of art owned by and featured at Traveler’s Beach Resort, Negril,
Jamaica W. I.
1990s-2000s: ‘The Midnight
Ravers' program on WBAI Radio 99.5 fm NYC, Copped
nine awards including a golden real award since its inception.
2000: W. Henry Eccleston Renaissance posters installed for offer for
sale in Trench Town Culture Yard
2003 Featured in New
York Daily News “Spotlight on Great People”. Flatbush Life in 1999
“Another Quieter Art Sensation” and Canarie Courier “Rich Caribbean
Culture…” Thursday Oct, 27, 2005.
2003: Received The State of New York Legislative Resolution and The
City of New York Council Citation.
2003: Producer and broadcaster of award-winning 'The Midnight Ravers'
program on WBAI Radio 99.5 fm NYC.
2003: Golden Reel
Award, presented to the Midnight Ravers- from The National
Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB),
2004: Owner of Interventional Arts International Inc. dba online :(
i art i gallery).
2005: Recipient of International Society of Poets Award.
2007: Awarded the
Famous Poets Master Workshop “Diploma”
2007: Winner of a
golden award in poetry from Famous Poets.
2007: Featured in The
Jamaica Daily Gleaner Sunday February 18 2007 ' No ordinary
2008: Public speaker,
Lecturer, lectures in colleges at Gettysburg College, Medgar Evers
College, Flatlands Civic and other US locations.
2008: Exhibited at Gettysburg College Gallery and Medgar Evers
College Art Gallery.
2008: Recipient of
many poetry award abroad ie. Noble House of London England,
International Society of Poetry and Famous Poets.
2010-present: A member
of The Global Information Network and Prosperity Alliance
2011: Author of
‘Trench Town Tenement Art’
2011: Author of”Red Field
of Dreams’ (The Creator Speaks)
2011: Host lecture
series at mostly tertiary levels across US