We are artists Luca and Christina Gasperi. We live on St. Croix, a small Caribbean island that is part of the territory of the U.S. Virgin Islands, about a two hour flight south of Miami. We own and operate a small diverse sustainable farm, where we grow about 30 varieties of vegetables, fruits, native trees, and livestock.

We both studied at Parsons School of Design, and dabble in a number of mediums. Luca is best known for his scenic yet surreal watercolors, and Christina does a lot of layered work on wood panel that includes typography.

We’re in the process of filling this site with a collection of works. If you sign up on the home page of the site with your email address, you’ll receive notification when there is something new posted here.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at (340)514-4873 for more information about our work. Thank you for visiting!

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  1. I got your information through Tralice, I have just arrived on St. Croix and am doing research in the Caribbean region and looking to meet artists and people working in the artis and Tralice recommended connecting with El’Roy and yourself?! I am here for 2 weeks, let me explain a bit on what it is I research:

    > > “I am researching the sustainability of art practices in the Caribbean
    > > region and the influence of international (exchange) projects, funding
    > and markets on many of the several islands.
    > > https://www.sashadees.com/2017/11/13/research-in-the-
    > caribbean-till-2019/
    > >
    > >
    > > I am visiting approx. 12 countries making sure to visit Dutch, English,
    > > French and Spanish speaking islands to get a complete view and trying to
    > > take the different histories in consideration. While I’m traveling (I
    > will
    > > be in Aruba in February, and have been traveling through the DR, Haiti
    > > and Curacao since November), I’ll be writing a weekly article in Dutch
    > for
    > > a dutch E-zine Trendbeheer (the dutch Hyperallergic so to speak)
    > > https://trendbeheer.com/author/sd/ and a monthly article in English for
    > > Africanah, first one on Haiti to was pubished February 10:
    > > http://africanah.org/caribbean-travelogue-part-1-haiti/.
    > >
    > >
    > > My trip is in part made possible by Mondriaan Foundation (the Dutch
    > > National VisualArt Fund).
    > >
    > >
    > > For the research I plan to interview a wide range of people in the
    > > contemporary arts: artists, gallerists, curators, museams and other
    > > institutions, funders, collectors, art dealers, critics.
    > >
    > > You can find more information on me and the research on my website:
    > > http://www.sashadees.com and on my social media facebook: john106worldwide /
    > > instagram: sashadees
    > >
    > >
    > > I hope you will be available and willing to meet me. I can be reached via
    > > email: sd@sashadees.com

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