Fig Tree Studio Art Gallery

Intriguingly located right in the heart of the rainforest, the Fig Tree Studio Art Gallery displays and sells a collection of works by Caribbean artists. Additionally, an array of crafts are available for purchase.

Many visitors are thrown off by the fact that Fig Tree Studio Art Gallery is located amidst a rainforest, but the truth is its location has to do with the artist whose works are displayed here: Sallie Harker. The land that the gallery is located on is actually hers. Harker invites guests onto her property to view her original oil and water colors, including the well-established series "Cruising the Caribbean," which is painted in oil on Wallaba shingles. Indeed, Harker specializes in seascapes, but you will also find paintings of native birds, turtles, and fish.

The art gallery also features a section dedicated to the art and crafts of local artisan. GillyGobinet, Naydene Gonella, Mehalah Spencer, Shari Erickson and Jennifer Meranto all have pieces here.
They sell the Banana leaf picture by Nzimbu Browne and the hand carved calabash by Ezekiel Jno Baptiste which are good quality, reasonably priced and very popular with tourists.

Getting There

Fig Tree Studio Art Gallery is located in John Hughes, a neighborhood in Antigua; it's 3.4 miles to the west-northwest of Falmouth Harbour.

What's Nearby

If you happen to enjoy doing a lot of comparison shopping, you might be disappointed -- although you could at least consider visiting one of the other local stores that are located nearby, like Bailey's Countryside Flowers. Read through the table below to get some insight into a broader range of shops that are just a short distance from this location.

Other Shopping Nearby
Name Type Distance Direction
The Fig Tree Culture Shop Gift and Souvenir Shops -- --
Silver's Bakery Bakery -- --
Spencer's Supermarket Grocery Store 2.2 mi. East
Bailey's Countryside Flowers Florist -- --

Aside from stores and shopping, there are at least a couple of local landmarks you might visit while you're in John Hughes. If immersing yourself in a historical site is what you want, go ahead and linger at both Sweets Windmill Ruins and Greencastle Hill Park. There are also a few places where you can eat in this area.


They are open from mid-November to June from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. every day except Sunday.

Contact Information

Location: Fig Tree Drive, John Hughes, Antigua

Phone: (268) 460-1234




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