Ali Johnstone our resident environmentalist, marine biologist, blonde rasta and all round personality of the island has a secret talent that many of you may not be aware of.
Ali is a passionate artist and every morning wakes up and, before all of her snorkeling and kayaking, paints for at least 2 hours every morning. It is Ali’s natural rhythm of life and she uses this creative time to balance out her day – her meditation time of sorts!
Ali says that if she is not painting on canvas, she is is compelled to paint on a t-shirt or paint signage for local businesses or even gain more experience at her new but very successful tattoo skills (Rastafar Ink). Much of Ali’s work can be seen at Go Slow Art Gallery, located on front street opposite Da Real Macaw, if you are interested but unfortunately, many of the pieces you see here are already sold – but don’t worry she is a prolific painter!!!