Birdsey Studio


For decades, this studio was the home of Alfred Birdsey, a prolific Bermudian painter famous for his Asian-influenced, Impressionistic island landscapes. His daughter, Jo Birdsey-Linberg, has also had her watercolors exhibited in Bermuda and overseas, and she continues to welcome visitors who wish to chat or purchase some of her art. Call ahead.

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