“The world needs beacons, beacons of hope, homage and love. Beacons that beam light into the dark depths of our beleaguered souls, battered and bruised by the angst of modern living. Beacons that allows and stimulates new ideas and insightful thinking.“
— Jallim Eudovic —
Jallim Eudovic is one of the leading contemporary sculptors working in the Caribbean Region.
His artistry incites a level of insight and aesthetic excitement that is captivating. His work is layered with creative force, Caribbean wit, spirituality and poetry.
He is best known for his minimalistic and conceptual wooden block sculptures. His highly skilled craftsmanship represents a rare and unique talent.
The success of his recent block series lies in its subliminal power and uncluttered simplicity.
His large scale bronze sculptures are also equally impressive. Mr. Eudovic has been awarded several public art commissions in China. His work is in many important private collections in the Caribbean, Europe and the United States.
Exhibited at the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival as the featured artist.
Commissioned by China, Fuzhou Municipal People’s Government to create a public monumental sculpture.
Invited to exhibit at the Saint Lucian High Commission in New York.
Exhibited work in CARIFESTA in Surinam (prominent regional exhibition).
Commissioned by the Saint Lucian government to create a sculptural gift for the Royal wedding of Prince William and Dutches Kate.
Commissioned by the China Changchun Hi-Tech Area to create a monumental sculpture for the 12th China Changchun sculpture symposium.
Commissioned by the China Changchun Automotive Sculpture Park to create two monumental sculptures.
Exhibited at “The Stephen Lawrence Centre” in London, England and at the Saint Lucian High Commission also in London.
Exhibited in Contemporary Art Show in Martinique.
Participated in the 9th Changchun sculpture Symposium in China. Created one monumental sculpture.
Exhibited sculptures in Paris France.
Represented Saint Lucia at the 5th Francophonie Games in Niger Africa.
Represented Saint Lucia at the 4th Francophonie Games in Ottowa, Canada.