LAND WE LOVE by KAY SULLIVAN
Jamaican culture – food, music, religion, and more – come alive in the book with a glimpse of the beloved Love Bird closing out the pages of Land We Love
Kay Sullivan has captured all this and more in 134 pages , over 100 breathtaking photographs . Cultural writer and performer Joan Andrea Hutchinson did the script for the more than 100 photographs in the project, which was made possible with the kind assistance of Phoenix Printers and Grace Foods International.
Sullivan is a noted sculptor whose work has been commissioned by the Government of Jamaica, most notably, the 14-foot figure of the Hon N.N. Nethersole at the Bank of Jamaica and the monuments to Sam Sharpe at the square named in his honour in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Number Of Pages: 134
Published: Phoenix Printery
Country of Publication: Jamaica
Dimensions (cm): 20 x 19.5 x 0.7
Weight (kg): 0.350