Okay, how can I begin, but to say how I loved my job
training experience. Day one of my job training I had a wonderful chance to meet
Miss Pratt. She is a kind and very sweet person to meet and know. My first day on
Tuesday at The National Art Gallery was a little bit boring. I was getting to
know everybody since I am the new girl, but I got a chance to look around and
see the most amazing pictures, drawings, and paintings. Later that day I read
up on one of the greatest Bahamian artist in The Bahamas, Mr Amos Ferguson.
I’ve learnt that he was born in Exuma, that his father was a pastor, he has
fourteen brothers and sisters, and he first started painting when he was
painting on a house and a vision came to him where Jesus was coming from the
sea with a painting in his hands. My second day at The National Art Gallery which
was a Wednesday, the fun began. I had a next wonderful chance to meet Miss
Wright, Miss A. Wallace-Whitfield and Ms Benjamin. At the start of the day, I
worked with Miss Benjamin, whom is also a sweet, nice and very humble woman. She
showed me how to send a file, edit your work, and how to save it.
Later that day, I
got to help hang and paint with two young ladies-Miss Wright and Miss
Wallace-Whitfield-whom I came to love like sisters. Miss Wright is a hard
worker. When she comes to work, she really comes to “work”. Miss
Wallace-Whitfield is a very funny person, who is always happy. Everyday that I
am here, I look forward to see her, because I know she is coming to make me
smile and have fun. I am very sad to know that I wouldn’t be able to see all these
fine and wonderful people whom I have worked with in this week. I love The
National Art Gallery because I am doing something that I love.