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Then & Now: Watercolors of Guana
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WATERCOLORS OF GUANA

Louis Bigelow painted what he saw as the magic of his Island Utopia. Although he and his wife Beth arrived on Guana in 1934, he didn?t start to paint until the 1950s. By then they were done with the major work of constructing what they called the Guana Island Club and he could take the time to express on canvas what they had found andwhat they had created. Today the paintings still grace the walls of the Living Room and guestrooms, reminders of Guana in those early days.
   
 
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