Bamboo Gallery and Maison Creole

These interconnected retailers share more than just a common space—they both focus on Haitian folk art: Maison Creole sells sequin-covered voodoo bottles and hand-painted metal sculptures, while Bamboo Gallery specializes in vibrant paintings, many of which feature images of animals cavorting in jungle settings (we were transfixed by one particularly surreal canvas that depicts a rooster giving a fox a haircut).
Caicos Cafe Plaza, Grace Bay. Bamboo Gallery: 649-946-4748;
Maison Creole: 649-946-5074,
provo.net/bamboo

Products: Decorative/Lighting, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

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