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Junkanoo - The Bahamian Party Parade by Synthia SAINT JAMES is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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Synthia SAINT JAMES’ art and celebrity has been utilized in numerous promotional campaigns for such companies as Royal Caribbean International, Johnson & Johnson’s Ambi, Liberty Mutual, Seagram’s, Union Bank of California, Washington Mutual Bank, Maybelline, Kayser-Roth, Coca Cola USA, Essence Communications, Barnes and Noble, and AARP (a painting design for a Metro Rail Train). Her artwork in hospitals include commissioned originals for Glendale Memorial Hospital, Glendale, CA and Sisters of Providence, Seattle, WA, and fine art reproductions that grace the walls of such hospitals as Kaiser Permanente, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, City of Hope Medical Center and Bridgeport Hospital. SAINT JAMES’ architectural designs include a 2’8”x150 foot mural design for Ontario International Airport International Baggage Claim, Ontario, CA, six 6x9 foot elevator lobby door designs for California’s East End Complex, Sacramento, CA, three 45x22” stained glass windows for the West Tampa Library, Tampa, FL, and a 4x7 foot ceramic tile mural for Cowan Elementary School, Westchester, CA. United States Ambassadors have requested that the art of Synthia SAINT JAMES be included in the interior design of their embassies through the Art in Embassies Program since 1991. A partial listing of the embassies include Caracas, Venezuela, Gagnoa, Ghana, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, Abuja, Nigeria, The Republic of the Congo Brazzaville, Asmara, Eritrea, Singapore, Lome,Togo, Valleta, Malta and Juba, South Sudan. With a focus on multicultural figurative paintings, SAINT JAMES also creates vibrant seascapes and landscapes that capture the essence of countries all over the world and even a series on butterflies. SAINT JAMES’ artwork has been described as “ebullient”, “bold”, “she creates paintings that remind one of Matisse cutouts in their clear line and intense color” and “joyful”. “SAINT JAMES’ paintings have a healing power that soothes and comforts our souls.”