Claudette Dean is a noted Bahamian painter who has worked as a professional artist since 1995. Her work is a part of the permanent national art collection of The Bahamas, and she has been honoured by the Bureau of Women’s Affairs in Grand Bahama for her outstanding contributions to the realm of fine art. Her goal is “to create art that speaks from the spirit to the spirit in a language that reflects love and unity thereby promoting equity and compassion.”
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tongues of the ocean is an online literary journal of Bahamian, Caribbean and related poetry. We publish three times a year - in February, June, and October.
Affiliated with the Bahamas International Literary Festival.
Editor-in-chief: Nicolette Bethel Spoken Word Editor:Nadine Thomas-Brown Prose: Sonia Farmer