The Kimme Museum of Art and Sculpture

locally called "The Castle", overlooks the Mt. Irvine Golf Course in Tobago, with view of the Caribbean Sea.

When visiting Tobago, a visit to the Kimme Museum is a must. There you can admire the larger than life size sculptures made from oak, cedar, lime, cypress and bronze, depicting perfect portraits of the beautiful Tobagonians.

Visiting hours:
Sundays from 10.00 am - 2.00 pm.

There is an entrance fee of US$ 3.50 or TT$ 20.00/person. Visits at other times can be arranged per telephone (868) 639-0257

 

First of a series of Lost Wax Bronze Casting at the Kimme Museum. For details click here

 


Fauns

Luise Kimme's Sculpture Faun will be at Santiago Mostyn's Exhibition in Sweden at the Gallery Andréhn Schiptjenko

http://www.andrehn-schiptjenko.com/santiago-mostyn-solo-exhibition-at-andrehn-schiptjenko-february-22-April-7-2018/

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Tuff and Doreen
Oak
189 cm and 166 cm

Luise's sculpture, Tuff, was at the Konsthall C Exhibition, Nordic Trouble, in Stockholm, Sweden, from 8 Dec 2017 - 25 Feb 2018

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On Google Earth:


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April 28 and 29, 2018 at the Kimme Museum


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April 28 to May 9, 2018 Dunieski at the 101 Art Gallery, Trinidad


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Article by Richard Charan - 22.1.2018>>

 

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