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Families from just about everywhere were welcomed and given tours of the Resort and the Roatan Institute for Marine Sciences. Ages were divided and counselors assigned.
Artist Chapdelaine: Paul Chapdelaine is a well know artist in Tela and Roatan. But, I did not know that, until I walked by what I thought was a street painter (you know, like the kind you see in parks and boulevards in the big cities) and met the man.
Pedro began painting roosters and chickens at age 5. One paints what they see and chickens were roaming around his parents home. It was not long after that when Calylillies appeared around him and he began painting them in all their abundance. As he improved upon his art work his many sisters became the target of his workmanship.
This artwork is the heartbeat of his painting journey from a little boy to a man. Pedro and his brothers artwork are sold all over the USA, Central America and South America. Who knows you may have bought one and have taken it home to just about anywhere in the world.
His work is exhibited at the Beach Grill Roatan in Sandy Bay, on Roatan Island several times a year. Should you be interested in more of his artwork or want a special painting, please feel free to contact Beach Grill Roatan or Pedro Cruz Sanu himself!
Roatan Photo of the Week
Music by: Tren Andino
CD: Cumbias Andians
Song: El carnavalito
This artist and cd is popular in this part of the world. I found the group singing in an open air market in Costa Rica and bought their cd. I like its central and south american style. Hope you enjoy it as well.
“Between the inner and outer beaches,
a strand of woods thrived: palms, palmettos, mahogany, figs, and calabash.
Coconut palms and fig trees dropped enough fruit to feed the wildlife that swooped by in droves.
It was so easy to catch a fish with your bare hands,
Tristan and I had made a game of it during our weeks of lovemaking on the warm, supple sand.
It truly was paradise.”
A. Violet End, The Billionaire Who Atoned to Me