At work on Frame of Minds. Photograph by Jonathan Orenstein

Philip Moore: It Takes a Village

Guyana's great sculptor Philip Moore has quietly created an astonishing body of transcendent art. A profile on this undervalued Caribbean artist.

Branch with his painting First Lady For Polly (1981-2, acrylic on canvas, 144x36 ins; Arts Council of Great Britain). Photograph courtesy Winston Branch

Winston Branch: The Precarious Life of Art

Art galleries from London to Sao Paolo have aquired work by the St Lucian painter Winston Branch. Caroline Popovic reports .

LeRoy in studio. Photograph by Sean Drakes

Warrior Art: LeRoy Clarke

Artist LeRoy Clark has spent 25 years on a Caribbean epic which charts man's spiritual growth from the depths to the heights.

Lennox Honychurch at work. Photograph courtesy Lennox Honychurch

Lennox Honychurch: Love for an Island

Sharon Almerigi meets Lennox Honychurch, whose books, paintings, poems, designs and conservation projects all celebrate his native Dominica .

Nobel prize-winner Derek Walcott celebrated his friendship with Dunstan St Omer in his poetry. Photograph by Bruce Paddington

Hail Mary: the Art of Dunstan St. Omer

St Lucian painter Dunstan St Omer dedicates all his work to the Virgin Mary. Caroline Popovic went to meet him .

Son of Thunder: Ras Ishi

Son of Thunder: Ras Ishi

Barbados artist Ras Ishi has been steadily making his mark around the region and beyond. Nancy Rogers Yaeger went to find him in his studio.

Times Past: Prince William Henry

Times Past: Prince William Henry

Graham Norton recalls the British prince whose high spirits caused a stir from one end of the Caribbean to the other.

The Governor’s Attic

The Governor’s Attic

Geoffrey MacLean tracks down a hoard of valuable 19th-century Caribbean paintings in an English country house.

Wilfredo Lam

Meeting the Master: Wilfredo Lam

Geoffrey MacLean on the man who is a founding father of contemporary Caribbean art, the Cuban painter Wildredo Lam.