Artist and educator, in Grenada, West Indies

“Visual communication and art education are more important now than ever. Art allows us to think divergently, find creative solutions to problems and to imagine what the world could be like.”

Asher Mains has been exhibiting art in Grenada and internationally since 1995. In his own practice, Mains explores the relationship between material, place, and memory and how our identity is shaped by our material worlds.

Informal blog discussing a variety of art related topics.
Writings on art and culture.
Art and Humanities Academic Activity
A place that art built. Calliste, Grenada
For the development, education, and promotion of art in Grenada since 1964
The alternative art school in Grenada since 2015
Artwork available on
Contemporary Caribbean Art in Grand Anse, Grenada, since 2002
Grenada’s Contemporary Exhibit since 2015
At Art House 473 we make furniture and supplies for artists, designers, and creatives that need easels, workhorses, desks, and shelves as well as supplies like stretched canvas, and locally made drawing charcoal and ink.

Mains has a B.A. in Intercultural Studies from Calvin College and has an MFA in Creative Practice from Transart Institute, accredited by Plymouth University, UK. He lectures at St. George’s University and started Art School Greenz, an alternative art school in Grenada. Mains currently lives and works from Art House 473 in Grenada.

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