Juliana Hughes is making her mark as a Guyanese craftswoman

Prior to immersing herself in the demanding pursuit of being a craftswoman, Juliana Hughes worked at several trades.

She served as a teacher, an insurance agent and even ran a grocery stall in the New Amsterdam market for a while. She left Guyana when business in the market began to slow down.

It was her embracing of the Rastafari faith that led her to craft. She and her husband, Wesley George,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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