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On November 9th, 2009 Jamaican master painter BARRINGTON WATSON agreed to be one of the patrons within the OAaSIS. In 2016 he departed the human realm on January 26th. Owing to his failing health, he was unable to do much, but he is appreciated. He gave the OAaSIS its first home, at his Gallery Barrington, … Continue reading
Barrington Watson affectionately known as Barry Watson born 1931 died January 26, 2016 and was buried February 6, 2016. He was one of the patrons of the OAaSIS Int Foundation. …………………………………….. Numerous persons are still requesting paintings – please be advised that his wife Doreen can be contracted at 3500597 area code 876 as well.
Finally, Barrington Watson’s book on drawing is launched. Last Sunday, October 31 at Gallery Barrington, ‘Barrington: 50 years of drawing’ was made available.
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In his words he was merely passing on a ‘baton’ for her through OAaSIS to complete another chapter in the development of Jamaica’s art history
In under 10 minutes viewers were told of the need for the foundation and its impact in at least one location, and the response of children so far, plus more.
Thanks to Farenheit, Peter Lloyd, Winston “Bello” Bell, Cordel Green, Barrington Watson, Kamal Hinds for a successful OAaSIS series at Allman Town
Among the works of Master Painter Barrington Watson, patron of the Foundation is the portrait of US Ambassador Her Excellency Brenda LaGrange Johnson, done ealy 2009. A very appreciative audience gasped as one, at its revealing at the Gallery Barrington, Hope Road in February of that year.