Cuban Art – Time Portal by Dawn Currie

Time Portal Cuba-by Dawn Currie

Cuban Art – Time Portal

Trinidad Cuba Architecture
Time Portal by Dawn Currie – Cuban Art and Architecture
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One of my favorite images from one of my favorite places… Trinidad, Cuba.

‘Time Portal’ captures the layers of Cuban life both literally and figuratively. This is an example of how preservation and renovation is often only skin deep. The archway in the ‘modern’ facade opens up to an artist studio. Beyond, lay the remnants of colonial architecture now falling into ruin. A dog sits in the archway awaiting his master. Paints and brushes await their artist’s next inspiration.


Photographer’s Paradise

In once-prosperous Trinidad, Cuba time stands still. The signs of its former splendor are evident in the colorful Colonial architecture and in the local and European luxuries on display in museums on the main square. The tourist trade is a blessing and a priority for government investment in the town. As a result, the buildings and people provide a bounty of photographic opportunities for amateur and professional alike.


Add a touch of Cuban flair to your decor

Now imagine ‘Time Portal’ in your home or office. Certainly this artwork will enhance your room and spark conversations. All because you ordered a print according to your style and taste – framed art print, modern metal print, acrylic and more, in the size you need.

Visit the Cuba Autos and Architecture Gallery and find even more options to enhance your decor. Share a glimpse of modern-day Cuba. And while you’re there, consider ordering greeting cards of your favorites. These images will bring a slice of the Caribbean, with a Cuban flare, into your home and place of business. Bienvenido a Cuba!

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Cuban art in your home
Artwork by Dawn Currie
Entry hall by Paintzen

Also don’t forget to check out more Travel Photography on this site!


One Comment on “Cuban Art – Time Portal by Dawn Currie

  1. Wow, fantastic – what a wonderful photo! You can see far and many things trough those arches – wonderful “frames in frames” photography

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