Cambridge Beaches Hotel & Black Pony Gallery Partners In Art:

Guests have another reason to choose Cambridge Beaches Hotel: each room will soon feature contemporary artwork by local artists. The hotel’s interior design renovation captures the
spirit of the world traveler, with objects of interest including photographs and prints by some of Bermuda’s well-known artists.


Like other hotel projects led by Phil Hospod, Founder/ CEO of Dovetail Co. and its subsidiary Cambridge Beaches, artwork plays an important role in the experience crafted for the guest.


“We believe art has the potential to elevate guest experience while promoting local stories and artists in a meaningful way. It has been a pleasure working with Lisa to introduce a
collection of Bermudian artists to the guests of Cambridge Beaches.”


Lisa Howie, owner of Black Pony Gallery, was delighted to provide curatorial direction, presenting a wide range of local artist’s portfolios to choose from. “The dominant décor at Cambridge is really the environment itself, the water views and beach scenes are remarkable.
Now when the guest comes in for some respite from the natural beauty, they encounter further compelling scenes in the artwork and overall décor. The reimagined rooms feel so welcoming and home-like as a result.”


After months of deliberation, Phil and his team selected artwork by: Meredith Andrews, Nhuri Bashir, James Cooper, Graham Foster, Jayde Gibbons, Sabriyya Harvey and Gherdai Hassell. At
the hotel’s Open House on September 15th many locals were excited to see the extent of the local artist collection.
DOVETAIL + CO Led by Phil Hospod, Dovetail + Co is an owner and creator of hotels, bars, restaurants that promote exploration and discovery. Industry veterans in the disciplines of investment,
development, design, and branding, Dovetail + Co believes that new experiences can shift perspectives, spark imaginations, and redefine what is possible. Dovetail + Co’s critically
acclaimed hotel projects include Urban Cowboy Lodge in the Catskills Mountains, Wayfinder Newport, Wayfinder Waikiki and upcoming hotels in San Diego, California, and the Bowery
District of New York City.


Cambridge Beaches is an authentic Bermudian cottage-style resort set on a 23-acre peninsula surrounded by ocean and bay waters. Originally formed in 1923 – with architectural details
dating back to 1663 – the hotel is made up of unique, freestanding cottages positioned along the coast for maximum privacy and unparalleled ocean access. The beloved property – with four
private beaches, two private coves, an infinity-edged swimming pool, a full-service spa, and an onsite water spo pavilion – has been revitalized with fresh design, contemporary artwork,
new amenities, and immersive dining experiences in anticipation of their 100 year anniversary in 2023.


Led by cultural entrepreneur Lisa Howie, Black Pony Gallery is an online art platform that presents a perspective on contemporary art makers from the Caribbean and mid-Atlantic Islands. Black Pony Gallery intends to gain awareness of and appreciation for these artistic talents by featuring emerging to established artists who reside in the Azores, Bermuda, Cuba, The Bahamas, Cayman, and Turks & Caicos. To further her vision, Lisa has also created the
Atlantic World Art Fair, the only annual online art market dedicated to contemporary visual art makers in the region.


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