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Trini Christmas cards

Parang, sorrel, ginger beer, ponche de creme and remembering the reason for the season all make it a great Christmas in Trinidad and Tobago. These Christmas favourites are nicely designed and offered on Christmas cards in assorted packs showcasing seven designs by Art de Joulie Ltd, a mother and daughter duo company with mom Paulette Narinesingh and daughter Melissa Boissiere. Each card is individually named with uniquely inspired original words inside and offers vibrant eclectic original artwork and giclée print.

To purchase your Trini Christmas cards, contact Paulette or Melissa at 868-344-4025,  email your order to paulettenarinesingh@gmail.com, or via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Art-de-Joulie-ltd-755790877885956/

Make sure to check out Art de Joulie on social media and look out for updates on other items offered such as Trinidad and Tobago mugs, bags, and fridge magnets on four main themes: abstract, carnival, local scenery (old time days included) and Christmas.

November 2016   www.sweettntmagazine.comcards-2


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Cliff pushes the boundaries of art

Great talent in T&T is shared by contributor Salisha Noor-Birjou with readers of Sweet TnT Magazine. Submissions of talent pieces can be sent to contact@sweettntmagazine.com to be published for readers to enjoy.

Cliff A Birjou is a self-taught Trinidadian-born artist whose life’s work encompasses over 40 years experience in art. Primarily, his earlier works were created with watercolour, but for the past 15 years his paintings progressed to oils on canvas.

This artist is not limited to creating any one particular genre as he continues to push the boundaries of his art. Cliff specialises in landscapes, cityscapes and seascapes but also does commission pieces including but not limited to fine art portraits and murals.

Other exhibitions in recent times were shown at Horizons Art Gallery where some of his art is currently displayed. His paintings were also exhibited on the wall at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain.

For more information on this artist as well as a closer look at his artwork, visit his Facebook page at https://www. facebook.com/Birjouart or email your queries to birjouart@gmail.com

April 2016 – Issue 21   www.sweettntmagazine.comArtist Cliff A Birjou for Lifestyle section in sweet T&T for Sweet TnT Magazine in Trinidad and Tobago

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