Caribbean Shopping with Anguilla Style


Anguilla is known more for its beaches and restaurants than its shopping. However, Anguilla does have unique boutiques and art galleries. At Cheddie’s Carving Studio, Cheddie Richardson creates beautiful driftwood sculptures. He is an internationally acclaimed wood sculptor and works in mahogany, walnut, and coral as well. In 1996, his bronze work was presented to Queen Elizabeth II and it remains in the Royal Art Collection in England.

A Collection of Anguillian /
Caribbean Art Galleries:
• Alak Art Gallery
• Devonish Art Gallery
• Island Art Gallery
• La Petit Art Gallery
• Pineapple Art Gallery
• Phoenix Art Gallery
• Savannah Art Gallery
• Uhuru Art Gallery
Local Artists

• Lynne Bernbaum
• Michele Lavalette
• Carrolle Devonish
• Carol Richardson
• Shanicia Richardson
Anguilla Shopping

• Zaza Boutique
(South Hill and West End)
• Petals Boutique (West End)
• Irie Life (Back Street)
• Diamonds International

If you are looking for more upscale boutiques and jewelry, why not take a day trip to St. Martin – it is a duty free country and is only 20 minutes away by ferry. St. Martin shopping features stores such as: Little Switzerland, Cartier, Lalique, Columbia Emeralds International and La Romana.

Please note that there is a new Best Buy Supermarket on the main road within walking distance to Carimar.  They carry groceries as well as wine and beer, small appliances, and hardware.