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Bill Grace Art Bill Grace Art
Bill Grace Art Bill Grace Art
Bill Grace Art

Bill Grace graduated from Acadia University, Canada (1975), attending La Universidad de Valencia, Spain (1973-74) and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (1978-79). He studied with John Reeve A.R.C.A. (1979-83), whose long and close association with major world crafts figure, Bernard Leach (Kezah VII), provides bill with a living connection to the pottery traditions of Japan. Bill Grace Art Bill Grace has studied, taught, worked, and exhibited in Barbados, Canada, Spain, the USA, and Israel. The stained glass window which he designed for the St. James Parish church in Barbados is one of several successful collaborations in various media. His work is in many parts of the world.

Bill has earned the love, trust, and respect of the Grand Council of the Village Chiefs of the Pan-Tribal Confederacy of Amerindian Tribal Nations through his incredible generosity, vigorous support and voluntary assistance.

Bill Grace can be contacted via e-mail at graces5@bigfoot.com.


Special thanks to Robert Mucaro Borrero of Puerto Rico, USA; for his kind donation on behalf of the United Confederation of Taino Peoples - of US$400 to the Arawak Temple Project.
Special thanks to Mr. Brian Cullity & Mrs. Nancy Cullity of the state of Massachusetts, USA; for their kind donation of US$500 - which completed the 'Arawak family in desperate need of assistance' Appeal.
Special thanks to Carmen L. Colon for her kind contribution of US$100 for the Arawak family in Desperate need appeal and US$100 to the Arawak Temple Project.
Special thanks to Mr. David Lashley of the firm David Lashley & Partners Inc - Engineers, Architects & Project Management Consultants - of Barbados, West Indies; for his kind contribution of US$250 to the Arawak Documentary Project.
Special thanks to Russel Francis Corrie of the Nature Group of Companies Ltd. of Barbados, West Indies; for his kind contribution of US$250 to the Arawak Documentary Project.
Special thanks to Mrs. Carmen Gillespie of the Mary Washington College (Commonwealth of Virginia) of the United States of America - for her kind donation of US$300 towards the US$500 needed to complete To Loko Ajianiwa the Arawak language) book project that will present Modern Arawak in an easy-to-learn format for the young generation of solely English-speaking Arawaks as well as the general public of the wider world.
Special thanks to Mrs. Carmen L. Colon of the State of Virginia, United States of America; for her kind donation of US$150 - towards the US$500 needed to complete 'To Loko Ajianiwa'(the Arawak Language) book project that will present Modern Arawak in an easy-to-learn format for the young generation of solely English-speaking Arawaks as well as the general public of the wider world.
Special thanks to Mr. Cyril O. Taylor of the State of Maryland, United states of America; for his kind donation of US$50 - towards the US$500 that was needed to complete 'To Loko Ajianiwa' (the Arawak Language) book project that will present Modern Arawak in an easy-to-learn format for the young generation of solely English-speaking Arawaks as well as the general public of the wider world.
Thanks to the generosity of these wonderful human beings the Appeal for To Loko Ajianiwa was a success, and is now officially ended. On behalf of the Grand Council and citizens of the Pan-Tribal Confederacy of Amerindian tribal nations - I extend sincerest thanks to Mrs. Carmen Gillespie, Mrs. Carmen L. Colon, and Mr. Cyril O. Taylor.

Damon Gerard Corrie
Sovereign Chief


Special thanks to Mr. Jeff Goss of the Cherokee Tribal Nation of the USA for his donation of US$100.00 towards the US$500.00 needed to complete Aquaculture Project for Pakuri Arawak Territory to alleviate protein deficiency in the community by providing low cost farm-raised fresh fish as a substitute for the additive & preservative laced tinned fish sold in the territory - which is contributing to decreasing personal health in the tribe
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