Paint, the Sky is the Limit ~ In Unity there is Strength

Fraulein Rudder, Founder of the Women in Art Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.

Since 1996, the Women in Art Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago has been in existence with the aim of helping women explore, discover and develop their art techniques, and also assist all young, aspiring artists in Trinidad and Tobago, both boys and girls.

Founded by artist Fraulein Rudder, the Women in Art Organisation was launched with twenty-five members on the 20th of July, 1996 at Normandie Hotel, St. Anns, with artist Leroy Clarke delivering the feature address.

The organisation now boasts an increasing number of over one hundred and twenty members, comprised of art teachers, professionals, amateurs and aspiring artists in Trinidad and Tobago, with women artists from other Caribbean islands indicating their desire to join and participate in the Women in Art Organisation’s grand, annual exhibition.

Read more about the Women in Art Organisation’s history and outstanding achievements.

Member Art

We Ting 2007

We Ting, 2007. Acrylic on denim. 3 ft x 5 ft. Jacelle’s art style reflects topics of personal interest, mainly focused on women in

Beyond the Human Eye

Beyond the Human Eye, acrylic. 12″ x 9″ Krimhilde’s keen spiritual eye (3rd eye) allows her to explore these strange worlds in

Sea of Uncertainty

Sea of Uncertainty. Acrylic and ink. 20 in x 15 in. My medium is my trusty pen and colour pencil, which I use to create designs based on poems

The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life, acrylic on canvas. 22″ x 18″ After retirement, Virginia plunged fully into Art. In December 2005, she completed a

Kavita Ramlakhan

Water Baby, watercolour on paper. 7″ x 11″ Kavita’s artistic inspiration comes from the beauty of Trinidad and Tobago, the

Cactus II

Cactus II, chalk pastel. 4.25″ x 5.25″ Marrissa C. Richards attended Bishop Anstey High School, and thereafter entered the teaching

Misty Ridge

Misty Ridge Farm House – Santa Cruz, oil. 30″ x 39″ My affinity for old houses (especially those with unique and character-rich

Five Mangoes

Five Mangoes, acrylic on canvas. 7″ x 7″

Fragments from Girly

Fragments from Girly – Watercolour Her paintings are brightly colored and textured, inspired by the early post-impressionism of Vincent Van

Greeting Card Collage

Greeting Card; dried flower collage. 7.5 in x 5.5 in. Trinidad and Tobago is blessed with many beautiful flowers and tropical foliage surrounding


“Garlic”: Serigraph (screen print), 8 x 11 inches Mary Adam paints mainly in oils, acrylics and mixed media and recently has been


Hibiscus, fine silk batik, 9″ x 36″ As the Creative Director of Aarean Designs, her artwork is based on fine silk batik and other