PHILIPSBURG – The Emilio Wilson Park was the stage for the annual Art in the
Park manifestation that brought artists from all over the island together to exhibit their creations. Ruby Bute was there as were painters Stephany Tyhanyi and Tess Verheij, Linda Gonano and Sebastien Perier with their sand art and many others offering art, handmade jewelry and – for entertainment – sound story performer Ernesto Arrundell and his wife. There were also stalls offering food and drink, like Louis Michel Maccow’s Colombier Tradition where the many visitors could sample spiced guavaberry.
Above photo caption: Ruby Bute added plenty of color to art in the Pasrk on Sunday. Photo Hilbert Haar.
Photo caption: Tess Verheij presented large and small samples of her work. Photo Hilbert Haar.
Photo caption: Sound story performer Ernesto Arrundell and his wife provided entertainment with an array of sound effects. Photo Hilbert Haar.
Photo caption: Visitors could not miss the aroma that wafted from the stall of Sandy the Spice Lady. Photo Hilbert Haar.
Photo caption: Linda Gonano and Sebastien Perier presented their sand art in the Emilio Wilson park. Photo Hilbert Haar.
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