Llanor Alleyne is a Barbados-born, New York-raised mixed media artist. Exploring the transformation and transfiguration of female selfhood through the use of paint and photography, her work breaks away from the conventional demands of modern collage-making by using originally created abstract paintings on various materials, including mylar and paper, to examine female figurative presentation and the empathetic rapport women are often assumed to have with the natural world.


2019 Another Point of View, Group Exhibition, Embassy of Barbados, Washington, D.C. (May - September 2019)

2019 Immigrant: Sculptures and Paintings by Ancel Daniel, Curator, Embassy of Argentina, Barbados (May 2019)

2018 6 for a 9, Exhibition with Ronald Williams, Morningside Gallery, Punch Creative Media, Barbados (October 2018)

2018 Manchas & Collages, Exhibition with Poli Baum, Embassy of Argentina, Barbados (September - October 2018)

2018 Artistic Interventions, Group Exhibition, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, Bridgetown, Barbados

2018 Enclothed Cognition Collaborative Kimono, Group Exhibition, Koorkappen en designs FASHIONCLASH, Bonnefantenmuseum: Maastricht, Netherlands

2018  Enclothed Cognition Collaborative Kimono, Group Exhibition, Showroom Limburg, Cube Design Museum, Kerkrade, Netherlands

2017 PRIZM Art Fair, Universal Belonging Group Show, Miami, FL.

2017 Carifesta XIII, Expressions Group Show, Barbados

2017 MoCADA Museum, My Collection Group Show & Auction, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Written in the Body, Solo Exhibition, Frame & Art Co., Barbados

2016 Quaternary, Group Show, Gallerie NuEdge, Barbados

2012 10 Squared: 100 Ways of Looking at the World, Group Show, LeRoy Neiman Art Center, New York, NY

2012 Living Color, Group Show, Casa Frela Gallery, New York, NY


2018 Esther Alix, Writer, Book Cover Design, Original Branding Logo and Materials

2018 Treasure Beach Hotel, Barbados: "Celine" and 32 first edition prints of "Juhanah"

2017 Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados: 32 first edition prints of "Luce Marie" and 32 first edition prints of "Scrap Museum: No. 11"

2016 IDA Publishing Brand Logo: "Evangeline"

2013 Rashida & Zaria Book Cover by Esther Alix: Four original illustrations

2011 Marie Jean & Friends large-scale collage for Private Collector


2019 Immigrant: Sculptures and Paintings by Ancel Daniel, Catalogue Editor with Dominic Skeete of IDZN

2017 The Guard: An Intervention at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society with Nyugen Smith

2016 Enclothed Cognition (Kimono pattern design) with Mark King and Noir Near Future