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The featured artists represented by Spirit Art Gallery are shown in our gallery and promoted at other art shows we’re involved with. Our special relationship with these artists enables us to offer exclusive pieces from their catalogues to interested buyers and other art galleries. Get to know some of our valued artistic partners below.

The gallery represents 8 international artists and collaborates with others, including emerging as well as established mid-career artists and estates. We believe that a diversity in age, background, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and perspective are central to our identity as a gallery and a platform for new ideas. Today, our art space includes artists from all over the world. 

Christopher Makos

Makos first art show in St Barts:

The story of Basquiat is brought to the Caribbean for the first time depicting the captivating spirit of the artist through the lens of renowned photographer Christopher Makos.


Christopher Makos is a contemporary photographer and artist known for his bold photojournalism and innovative ‘insider’ perspective. His photographs have been exhibited in galleries and museums such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Tate Modern in London, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the IVAM in Valencia (Spain) and the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. 


Makos continuously documented the New York scene throughout the 1980’s, using his Interview Magazine to present up and coming stars such as Matt Dillon, Christian Slater, Robert Downey JR. and Tom Ford. Makos would regularly visit Madrid, where his portraits of Pedro Almodovar, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Bibi Andersen and Miguel Bose helped identify La Movida. Makos’photographs have been featured in countless magazines and newspapers throughout the United States, Europe, China and Japan. His photographs have been published in Interview, Rolling Stone, House & Garden, Connoisseur, New York Magazine, Esquire, among many others. Christopher Makos is an influential figure in the New York art scene, where he continues to live and work today. 


Jade Hirtle

Jade is an artist based in California, Los Angeles. Jade’s powerful works offer a vision of the human experience through energy. She views these unseen energetic vibrations as a form of non-verbal communication - a universal language.

Self-awareness, transition, and connectedness are common themes to Jade’s work.  Her vibrant paintings are filled with glowing light, lush colors and polished lines that alternatively evoke geometry, symmetry, and dynamism.  Different combinations of colors and thicknesses represent a narrative; while body parts are clues to their meaning. 


Since Jade was a child, sensitivity and over-stimuli have been a struggle. Sensing the feelings, life force, thoughts, a pulse of people was normal. Jade’s catharsis is through art and used to tune in to this existing part of her life. 

Jade’s mission is to create transformative art that inspires and empowers human connection with ourselves and others.

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