Over the past 35 years she has participated in shows and exhibitions in many islands in the  Caribbean, in the US, Europe, England and Namibia (Southern Africa).

These included:

  • The International Art Project ‘Women of the World, a Global Collection of Art’ (1998),

  • Submissions and readings for the Nature Island Literary Festivals;

  • an International Artist Exchange, ‘Carambolage’ (1998) with 8 artists from Austria and Dominica;

  • A solo exhibition at the National Art Gallery of Namibia (2006)

  • The UK based project ‘Wheel ‘n Come Again’ (2016), a dynamic Film & Arts program managed by Legacy Film UK for which exhibitions and events venues included Onca Gallery, Hastings Arts Forum and a 2 day program at Fabrica, Brighton in December 2016.

  • She also exhibited and performed at the Caribbean Arts Festival in Barbados in March 2017

  • Showed among 8 Caribbean artists at the Strand Center for the Arts in Plattsburgh New York (March 2018) post Hurricane Maria entitled ‘Here Comes the Sun’.

  • Armour’s work is in private and public collections across the world and she continues to show at various fairs and curated shows in the Caribbean and the US.