The colourful artistry of Gilly Gobinet • Rescuing 'Dadli' dogs (and cats) And Moon Gate Hotel & Spa gives citizenship for life in Antigua & Barbuda
In this issue of our Moon Gate Hotel & Spa newsletter we meet the well known local artist Gilly Gobinet. We chat with the biologist-turned-artist so see what gives her inspiration for her paintings. We then find out why rescued Antiguan dogs are becoming one of the nation’s most cherished exports. Also in this edition of our newsletter – we give you the lowdown on why becoming a citizen of Antigua and Barbuda offers more than just a passport. All this is – in Issue 11 of our Moon Gate newsletter.
Life through Gilly Gobinet's eyes
In her paintings Gilly Gobinet she has recently swapped the turquoise hues of the Antiguan coast for the bucolic beauty of the French countryside. And she says the European sojourn lent fresh inspiration to her work.
A significant portion of Gilly’s work is devoted to her acclaimed ‘pet portraits’. For every beloved canine and feline immortalised on canvas, animal lover Gilly donates a percentage to the Dogs and Cats of Antigua charity. This charity was created to assist with the welfare of local dogs and cats through rescue, rehoming and veterinary assistance.
The charity has ‘rehomed’ thousands of stray dogs over the years, with more than 500 sent overseas last year alone.
Become a Citizen of Antigua & Barbuda through Moon Gate Hotel & Spa
Buying a property at Moon Gate Hotel & Spa entitles you to apply for an Antigua and Barbuda passport.
The twin island nation’s Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) was recently voted the fifth best in the world by the Financial Times on account of its efficiency. Most applications are processed within two to three months.
We have broken ground on the fifth of seven guest buildings at the Moon Gate Hotel & Spa. Construction is ongoing in Buildings 1,2,3,4,5 and excavation for the Public Areas is underway. When complete the stunning 49-Suite Moon Gate Hotel & Spa will overlook glorious Half Moon Bay beach.
Issue 11 of our newsletter includes a full construction summary of progress made on site at Moon Gate.