The Underwater Sculpture Park is the work of sculptor Jason Taylor from England, who has a passion for creating fantastic and unique pieces of work depicting Grenada’s colourful history and folklore and placing them underwater. All of the sculptures are in beautiful clear shallow water easily accessible by divers and snorkelers. The sculptures end up creating artificial reefs, and enhancing the marine environment.

The response from visitors diving the site has been reported as nothing short of amazement and fascination on the whole concept.

“the artist’s interventions promote hope and recovery, and underline our need to understand and protect the natural world.”

(La jah-bless) from the French, she-devil. Based on Caribbean folklore, the Devil Woman roams at night. Her face resembles that of a corpse, hidden under a beautiful wide-brimmed hat.

 

The Lost Correspondent

The desk is laminated with original newspaper articles dating back to the 1970’s.

 

 

Moilinere bay is now home to sixty-five sculptures, covering an area of 800sq metres. It is located two miles north of the capital St Georges on the west coast of the island, within an area designated a National Marine Park. 

Accommodation:

When staying in Grenada, The Underwater Gallery would highly recommend Blue Bay lodge. Located on the West coast, near the small fishing town of Gouyave.

Bluebay Lodge

For sculpture and print sales contact: info@underwatersculpture.com

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