Hilroy Bulgin Jamaica
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Hilroy Bulgin is a Jamaican artist currently based in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Working in acrylic on canvas or board, Bulgin uses a signature colourful dot style to portray emotional scenes of everyday life, and explore traditions and perceptions of beauty.
In 2017, Bulgin had a solo exhibition at the Round Hill Hotel & Villas, and his work has been shown at The Montego Bay Fine Arts Festival, Liguanea Art Festival and the Mandeville Art Fair. Bulgin's work has been collected by various patrons in Europe, North America, South America, India and the Caribbean.
2019 Sangsters International Airport, Jamaica
2019 The Montego Bay Fine Art Festival, Jamaica
2019 Potters Fair Art Show, Jamaica
2019 Chamber of Commerce Fundraising Event, Jamaica
2018 The Montego Bay Fine Art Festival, Jamaica
2018 The Roman Catholic Art Fair, Jamaica
2017 Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Jamaica
2017 Liguanea Art Festival, Jamaica
2008 The Roman Catholic Art Fair, Jamaica
2007 Potters Fair Art Show, Jamaica
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