I live in Tobago since 1979. My Sculpture Museum, locally called "The Castle", overlooks the Mt. Irvine Golf Course with view of the Caribbean Sea. My unique Caribbean sculptures are created from whole tree trunks.
When visiting Tobago, a Sunday visit to the Kimme Museum is a must. There you can admire the larger than life size sculptures made from oak, cedar, lime, cypress and bronze, depicting perfect portraits of the beautiful Tobagonians.
There is an entrance fee of US 3.50 or TT20.00/person.
Visits at other times can be arranged per telephone
If you are interested in buying something from the collection, contact me and come visit.
Luise Kimme died on 19 April 2013
The Anglican Church of Transfiguration in Black Rock holds service every Sunday at 10 a.m.
Please visit and see my murals and big carvings. The inside sparkles with colours and is well worth a visit.
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