Jamaica Biennial 2017 – Invited Artists: Norma Rodney Harrack

Norma Rodney Harrack – Lidded form with Peacock Glaze and Brush Drawing (2013)


The Jamaica Biennial 2017 is now in its final days, after the main exhibition at the National Gallery of Jamaica in Downtown Kingston was extended to June 10.

Norma Rodney Harrack was born in Kingston, Jamaica. Harrack was educated at the University of the West Indies (MA) and the Jamaica School of Art (now the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts). She has exhibited extensively in Jamaica, Europe, Asia and the USA. Among her many accolades, was the Silver Musgrave Medal she was awarded in 1993 for contributions to the field of pottery and ceramics. In 1999, Rodney Harrack was elected a member of the International Academy of Ceramics and in 2002 was awarded the Aaron Matalon Award for her entry in the 2002 National Biennial. She lives in St Andrew, Jamaica.


Norma Rodney Harrack – Shino-glazed Form with Geometric Incised Design (2013)