Rodney Ifill



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Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
5 days ago 
Smittons Bay Revisited II by Rodney Ifill
Oil 24" x 54"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Houses and Hills by Rodney Ifill
10" x 14"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
Vestiges of our Bajan Heritage 1 by Rodney Ifill
16" x 20"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
The Choice by Rodney Ifill
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
These Fields and Hills by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic 14 x 14
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Calabash Gourd with Leaf Design by Rodney Ifill
Carving 9cm x 10cm
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Calabash Turtle Gourd by Rodney Ifill
10cm x 8cm
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Calabash Fish Gourd by Rodney Ifill
9cm x 10cm
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
"Yellow House- Heights and Terraces" by Rodney Ifill
16" x 12"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Still Life with Almond Leaf by Rodney Ifill
12" x 6"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
10 months ago 
Chattel House at Sixmens by Rodney Ifill
20" x 20"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Community Squeeze by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic 12" x 12"
 
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Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Woman In Isolation by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic
 
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Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Looking Into the Future by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Going Home From Market by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
A Bajan Eden by Rodney Ifill
Acrylic
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
27 months ago 
View of Milford Sound by Rodney Ifill
12" x 24"
 
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Suzy Norris 27 months ago
This is so beautiful Rodney!
Rodney Ifill 27 months ago
Thank you for such a wonderful compliment Suzy

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
30 months ago 
Coming Home: "From Wind Mill to Chattel House" by Rodney Ifill
14" x 11"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
34 months ago 
View of Speightstown Jetty by Rodney Ifill
18" x 24"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
38 months ago 
Woman in Isolation II by Rodney Ifill
10" x 8"
 
 

 
Rodney Ifill Posted Artwork 
38 months ago 
Chattel House Haven by Rodney Ifill
24" x 24"
 
 

 



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Biography
RODNEY IFILL                        
BORN BARBADOS, W.I.
           
Rodney, as he is affectionately known, has a great love for painting with a special emphasis on cartooning and continues to develop his artistic career amidst a hectic arts administrative schedule.  He is currently employed at the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) and has been for the past twenty-one years; initially as a Gallery Attendant and worked his way up to his current post of Cultural Officer of Visual Arts and Curator.  His primary duties include responsibility for the implementation of developmental programming in the visual arts in Barbados, the coordination of the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) as well as the Crop Over National Art Exhibitions.    Additionally, he performs a facilitation role within the Cultural Developmental Department of the NCF and for the past four years has developed a local series of outdoor painting workshops dubbed “En Plein Air”, which has reaped tremendous success and continues to grow.
 
As current Treasurer of the Executive Committee and Past Vice President, Assistant Secretary and Secretary of the National Committee of the International Council of Museums-Barbados (ICOM-a museum and heritage organization which represents the interests of museums worldwide), he has honed the necessary skills and exposure required to effectively execute his role as Curator with the NCF.
 
As an Assistant Interior Decorator at the former DaCosta Mannings in their design and display department, he was responsible for this department copping first prize, in a Baygon Gondola design competition in 1997.  He also contributed to the Barbados Advocate’s “Hype Magazine” and “The Investigator” during the mid 1990’s with numerous comic strips, and in particular the comic strip entitled “Buddies”.
 
Mr. Ifill holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts (Creative Arts) with a minor in Cultural studies which he gained from the University of the West Indies, Errol Barrow Centre for Creative [...]

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