Grenlec Presents: MADE IN GRENADA

Designer displays celebrating Grenada’s 48th Anniversary of Independence

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Grenville Customer Care Centre

Design by Sherma Mitchell

Sherma Mitchell is a member of the Grenada team, that exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show. As the Head Floral Arranger, every year, she looked forward to digging deep into her creativity to design fantastic floral arrangements to showcase Grenada’ s beautiful blooms.

Over the years, Sherma has also presented outstanding floral art displays in Grenlec’s Independence Lantern Floral Exposition. She draws inspiration from the beauty in nature for her designs. In this year’s display, Sherma incorporated three agricultural products – Cocoa, Nutmeg and Sugarcane – that have significantly contributed to Grenada’s economy and history. She uses floral art to portray the colours and vibrancy of our national flag.

Grand Anse Customer Care Centre

Design by Sandra Holas

Sandra Holas has been involved in the creative field for over 10 years. She is an interior and environmental designer, who has worked on commercial and residential projects, including decorations for corporate events, stage design for the performing arts and event planning.
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In creating this year’s ‘Made in Grenada’ display for Grenlec’s Grand Anse Customer Care Centre, Sandra features a variety of products made in Grenada. Her main focus is to showcase art & craft of Grenada. “So many people are not aware of the variety of beautiful craft we make in Grenada. This display is a great opportunity to showcase what our islands have to offer, particularly from the rural areas. There is such amazing creativity and quality in our products. I am just representing a few in this display but Grenada has a lot more to offer”. Sandra believes in supporting our small businesses and supporting local.

Bruce Street Customer Care Centre

Design by Hazel Herbert-Green-Antoine

Carriacou Customer Care Centre

Design by Hazel Herbert-Green-Antoine

For this year’s ‘Made in Grenada’ display, Hazel drew inspiration from our nation’s rich and diverse culture, in particular, the Maroon and Parang Festivals.

At the heart of these displays she utilises a number of string instruments complimented by the steel pan, silhouette figures of big drum dancers, Shakespeare mas, depiction of Jab Jab and pretty mas. For the final touches, Hazel accentuated the displays with the use of red, yellow and green flowers to symbolize the red, green and gold of our national colours.

Hazel’s displays can be viewed at Grenlec’s Carriacou and Bruce Street Customer Care Centres during the week of Independence.

Interior design and decorating have always been a passion and dream for Hazel Herbert-Green-Antoine. She has done backdrops and designs at national events such as Carnival Queen Show, and special events.