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PAINTINGS: ARTIST'S CORNER

1- Paintings by Robert Sylvain.
2- " Haiti Chérie" by photographer Patric Dougé.
3- Paintings by Albert Desmangles.
4- Paintings by Frankie Morone.
5- Paintings by Hersza Barjon.
6- Paintings by Gontran Lelasseux.
7- Paintings by Jeffrey Dread.
8- Le peintre Hervé Lebreton et la poetique de la femme.
9- Philippe Dodard Expo in Fort Lauderdale.
10- Photographer Jean Villedrouin.
11- Hand paintings Artiste Guido.
12- Paintings by Patsye Delatour.

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Les peintures de Frankie Morone.
Mar 20, 2006

Frankie Morone est né à Port-au Prince, Haïti. Dès son jeune âge, se développa chez lui un penchant ...more

pour la peinture. A dix-sept ans, il commença à prendre des leçons de dessin. Mais il peignait occasionnellement jusqu'a vingt-six ans. Les circonstances de la vie le contraignirent à abandonner la carrière entreprise dans les arts. Néanmoins il se sentait toujours hanté par la passion de dessiner. Lorsque, par hasard, il se sentait inspiré, il ne ratait pas l’opportunité de dessiner sur une feuille de papier que finalement il chiffonnera et jettera à la poubelle. Bien que Frankie ait négligé d'exercer son art durant de nombreuses années, son talent ne l ‘abandonnera pas pour autant. Le voici maintenant dévoué à une vraie passion pour l'art.

Tandis qu’il conversait avec une amie d’enfance, il y a de cela quelques années, il fut encouragé à reprendre la peinture. Dans cet esprit, il jugea nécessaire d’investir à nouveau son énergie dans la peinture. Durant ces dernières années il se dédit à ce qu’il croit être la meilleure peinture. Il ne le cache pas d’ailleurs à personne lorsqu’il dit “La peinture met mon esprit en état de repos. Il ne se considère pas comme un artiste; il se voit plutôt comme quelqu’un qui trouve du réconfort lorsqu’il est en face d’une toile et s‘adonne à une activité qu’il aime vraiment.

Ce qui est remarquable c’est la simplicité du sujet qu’il exprime dans son tableau. Le sujet est pris la plupart du temps dans son entourage et il a soin de l'associer à quelque chose joyeusement vécue durant son jeune âge. Egalement, ce qui rend son travail tellement vivant et animé, c’est la prédominance des couleurs vives. Par exemple, il utilise des jaunes éclatants, des riches teintes de rouge ou de cramoisi et ce sont ces couleurs qui donnent du “goût” à sa toile. Il a aussi développé son propre style; il veut que ses sujets soient ses propres créations et inspirés par ses propres expériences. Un ami a dit: le concept de ses peintures est si simple et les couleurs tellement vives que lorsque vous fixez sa toile il y a un embrouillage dans votre esprit. On est là, les yeux rivetés, comme si incapable de passer au tableau suivant. En plus Frankie fait preuve d’une dextérité au dessus de la moyenne.

Quelque soit votre opinion sur l’art, nous vous invitons à regarder et à juger par vous mêmes les toiles de Frankie. N’hésitez pas a formuler vos opinions et critiques car sa devise est la suivante: la critique vous oblige a vous amender. Pour plus de renseignements composez le 516 - 456 - 2495 ou bien envoyez un e-mail à : fmorone94 @ yahoo.com

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Quelques oeuvres de Frankie Morone.
Jan 18, 2009

Dès son jeune âge, Frankie Morone a montré de réelles dispositions pour l'Art. Ce qui hier fut un pa ...more

sse temps devient ces jours-ci une véritable passion. Depuis près de six mois il s'est ardemment remis à la peinture. Il dessine, colore, peint. Il perfectionne ses talents artistiques et se refuse d'être indulgent quand il s'agit de la reprise d'un sujet traité imparfaitement. Il le recommence tout simplement.

Ses toiles sont de toutes dimensions.Tous les thèmes l’intéressent: la nature, les animaux, les fruits tropicaux et légumes, l'artisanat et la culture haitienne, à travers les esquisses de coqs, tambours, chaise en paille etc. Parfois ce sont des pigeons qui deviennent vibrants de toute la gamme des couleurs utilisées. Parfois ce sont des coqs qu’il réhausse de vermillon, de jaune vif, ou encore des fruits du terroir, comme le mango, le cachiman, la grenade etc.
Comme il dit: "le talent est naturel." On est né avec, on le dit inné . Cependant il faut le cultiver et le developper assiduement. Un artiste est autonome, indépendant, parfois plein d'humour. Il rend ainsi simple les choses compliquées. Son talent lui permet de voir là ou les gens sont aveugles et d'entendre là ou ils sont sourds. Le plus grand souci de Frankie est de peindre un tableau qui est de couleur locale. Pour lui, la couleur et la tonalité, la densité sont l'essence même de la peinture, comme le sont la hauteur et le rythme pour la musique. C'est la force essentielle du tableau.
 
C'est une des composantes fondamentales de son art: Les contrastes entre bleus et jaunes, l'utilisation de rouge vif, du vert foncé, enfin des couleurs vives et intenses. "J'emploie ces couleurs pour illustrer mes sentiments" dit-il. Il étale harmonieusement les coloris sur sa toile afin de faire ressortir l'essence et l'âme du sujet. L'imagination n'a pas de limite dit-il. Ce qu'il a tendance à concrétiser dans des retouches de perfection. Il voit toujours quelque chose qu'il voudrait remanier. Un tableau est pour lui une oeuvre toujours en progression.

Les oeuvres de Frankie dépeignent aussi des femmes aux contours génereux, voluptueux. Ses portraits de dames potelées et grosses sont très burlesques et cocasses. " Elles ont pour moi une attraction artistique, elles sont pleines d'assurance et ne semblent pas se tracasser au sujet de leur proportion." Il ajoute que l'expression de leurs visages et corps est un facteur très important. Frankie leur procure cette corpulence afin simplement de faire sourire.

Une peinture doit être appreciée par ce que nous voyons et sentons. Pendant plusieurs années, il a peint beaucoup de toiles. Certains disent que ses couleurs sont très vives. D'autres lui reprochent d'emprunter le pas à Gesner Armand, sans savoir qu'il lui fut un mentor et un conseiller. Frankie se dit très flatté d'ailleurs de trouver parfois l'inspiration dans quelques unes des toiles du maitre-artiste Armand. En même temps qu'il pratique sa propre technique, il se rappelle des principes inculqués par son précepteur. Toutefois il tient à garder sa propre originalité.
Frankie travaille à Long Island, New-York où il a son propre studio. Pendant la saison estivale, il lui arrive souvent de faire ses esquisses dans un parc, au grand air. L'inspiration, dit-il est plus aisée.

Nous vous invitons donc à voir ses toutes dernières oeuvres. Nous vous saurons gré de bien vouloir commenter et nous faire part de vos impressions. Mille mercis.

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Hommage à Gesner Armand.
Jul 4, 2008

par Frankie Morone.

Les sujets caractéristiques de son art sont : des pigeons, des décors de banl ...more

ieue, des chaises en paille, des objets de rituels vaudou ...Si le corps humain en général et celui de la femme en particulier ont dominé l'Ecole de la Beauté, Gesner Armand a choisi un autre détour: ennoblir le décor quotidien.

Gesner Armand a laissé, en Haiti comme en France et au Vénézuela, son empreinte sur la peinture moderne de la deuxième moitié du XXeme siecle. Selon Gesner Armand: Il faut [... ]absorber tout ce dont on a besoin,? du dehors? sans se laisser marquer totalement par une tendance nette. On rejoint par consequent l' universalité que l' art réclame. [...[ Je veux que ma peinture soit belle, avec le pouvoir de saisir par le ventre celui qui la regarde. [....]"

Ses exhibitions:

1957: Salon V de Pintura, Santiago, Cuba.
1958: Biennale d’Aquarelle, Mexico- USA- Canada
1960: Gallery Diana, Mexico, D.F. and Pennsylvania, USA
1962: Museum of Modern Art, Paris.
1974: Museum of Modern Art in Latin America, Washington D.C.
1975: Gallery Corcoran, Washington D.C.
1977: Gallery Marassa, Haiti.
1981: IV Biennale d’Art de Medellin, Colombia.
1987: I Biennale International art, Cuenca, Equator.
1989: Modern art of Haiti, Fort de France, Martinique.
1992: I Biennale International art of the Caribbean and of Latin Central America, Santo Domingo.
1994: Biennale Cuenca, Equador.
1995: Center Wilfredo Lam, Havana, Cuba. Center of Bella Artes, Maracaibo, Venezuela.
1995: IV and V Salon of Design Foundation Arawaks, S.D.
1996: Center Albert Borschette, Brussels, Belgium.
1997: IV and V Salon of Design Foundation Arawaks, S.D.
1999: Pictural Vision of Hispaniola, Museum of the Americas, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Je me rappelle quand j' étais gosse j'observais sa déxtérité, et sa passion pour l' art. J' ai toujours
voulu peindre comme lui. Personellement, je pense qu' il est un des meilleurs peintres Haitiens. Son départ pour l' au dela m' a beaucoup peiné. Que ton âme repose en paix Nènè.

Je vous invite à regarder quelques photos de Gesner et de ses tableaux. Comme vous le savez j' apprecie fort bien des commentaires.

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Mirianne Jean-Jacques Paintings

A 80 ans Mirianne Jean-Jacques se vehicle pour prende part à des activités culturelles d’où bien sou ...more

vent elle en est l’artiste honorée. Mirianne le dira fierement a qui veut l’entendre qu’ell a appris à peindre à l’Institut de Notre Dame de Lourdes à Jérémie d’où elle est née et a vécue jusqu’à son départ pour les Etats-Unis en 1958. Dès lors, sa carrière professionnelle évoluait du secretariat des l’Ambassadess dHaiti et de Burundi a Washington D.D. jusqu’au ceintre de Bellevue Hospital à NY comme Clinical Social Worker après avoir achevé sa Maitrise à Columbia University. Retraitée depuis 1996, elle a continue à fabriquer des biblots en porcelaine et à peindre s’inspirant de divers sujets classiques aussi bien que des scenes typiques de son pays. Mirianne a depuis son arrivée en Floride souvent expose ses oeuvres dans diverses festivités communales tenant place à Broward County . Plus d’un de ces tableaux ont gagné le premier prix dans des concours d’artistes regionaux. Une exposition de ses derniers tableaux a debuté le 10 janvier et se terminera le 24 fevrier 2011, à la Southwest Regional Library
situé à 16835 Sheridan Street Pembroke Pines, Fl 33331. On peut rencontrer Mirianne à la reception qui aura lieu le 24 janvier 2011 de 18:00 à 19:30 au Regional Library.



At 80 years of age Miranne Jean-Jacques drives herself to diverse cultural events where she is often honored as one of the local artist. Miranne will proudly let anyone asking know that she has learned to paint at the Institute of Notre Dame de Lourdes in Jeremie, where she was born and lived until she migrated to the US in 1958. Since then, her professional career progressed from being a secretary at the Haitian and Burundian Embassies in Washington DC to becoming after obtaining her masters in social work from Columbia Universty a clinical social worker at the Bellevue Hospital in NY master at Columbia University. Retired since 1996 and living in Pembroke Pines, she continued to create exquisite porcelain pottery and paint. Her paintings depict various themes from classical still life, floral arrangements and to daily scenic Haitian topics. Mirianne since her settling in South Florida has yearly exposed her art and participated in many local artist competitions in which she won the first prize. A showing of her latest paintings started since January 10 until February 24 and can be viewed at the Southwest Regional Library located at 16835 Sheridan Street Pembroke Pines, FL 33331.You can meet Mirianne in a reception which will take place on January 24, 2011 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Southwest Regional Library.

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Art work by Marie Denise Douyon

List of Artwork

mddouyon@videotron.ca
www.afrikecoart.com

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STATEMENT

As a Montrealer evolving in a Quebec concerned by Global warming, my questions on mass consumption has slowly risen since the year 2000, nourishing my artistic quest. My art serves as a visual critical statement, a sensitive interrogation of a daunting ecological issue of our time, the impending waste disposal problem of our consumerist culture.

As a result in my recent work, my thematic creations are linked to climatic changes, ecological and social catastrophes. Using recycling objects, cans, lids, bottle caps, computer parts and bicycle parts, I explore aesthetic concepts to represent hope and regeneration. Though, the prospect of environmental disasters is quite unsettling, creating art out of waste becomes a promising solution by imaginatively channelling our thoughts to recycling and waste disposal. Hence, the act of creating becomes an inspiring tale of life emerging out of death.

In addition, creating from recycled objects emphasizes on the individual role and personal contribution of each in reinforcing a social collective consciousness. In the face of the recent economic meltdown, and the gross economic disparity between the rich and the poor, and between wealthy nations and impoverished Third World nations, we all need to commit to social and economic justice as well as to the restoration of our environment to a health state.I believe that this vision is an essential challenge for future generations. With the arts serving a social mission, I would like for my work to contribute to the building, of a constructive society based on equity

The origin of my work is based on African contemporary and traditional art, since I am esthetical and emotionally attached to it. Reflecting on culture and identity is not unusual for an artist. However in a globalization context, my work which always reflected a cultural basis, will contribute further to our reflection on our historical, social and collective consciousness.


Marie-Denise Douyon
3839 rue Saint André
Montreal Quebec
H2L 3V9

514 873-5278 work
514 524-8023 Home

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Miami Expo : The work of Gregory Vorbe
Nov 29, 2011

The work of Gregory Vorbe allows putting in contact our own questions with forms always different: a ...more

material, a color, a brushstroke, a perspective.... Enjoy some of Gregory's paintings.

Photos by Pikliz.Com

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Artist Carl Craig in Mexico
Nov 24, 2012

FESTIVAL CULTURA DEL CARIBE

For more info browse the website : http://www.festivaldeculturadelcaribe.gob.mx/


Carl Craig was Proudly serving his country of origin....Enjoy the photos

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This cultural extravaganza highlights15 Caribbean Countries in 12 cities in the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico:

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Paintings by Joelle Dejean
Jul 19, 2009
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Genevieve Douyon Flambert @ Espace Brandt.
Mar 21, 2010

Photos by Larry Perry & Francois Adrien
Narration par Carl Fombrun

Par les temps qui courent, mê ...more

me avant le 12 janvier 2010, j’annoncais au grand public mes intentions de ralentir mes différentes activités communautaires contrairement
au dix dernières années où pour me taquiner une fois l’ambassadeur d’Haiti à Washington, l’honorable Raymond Joseph m’approchait en “Kal, pakapala.” Bref, on aurait dit depuis avant le tremblement de terre du 12 janvier 2010, que sans être devin, j’avais une certaine intuition des déboires dont Haiti est et serait victime. Preuve? Mon émission-audio en créole du dimanche, 31 mai 2009 sur VERITE SOU TANBOU: kal2des meres 2,20091707.WMA.

Lointaine est la pensée de me vanter d’être le premier à faire de telles prophéties et je n’en aurais aucune satisfaction si tel en était le cas. Le “vanitas, vanitatum” rappellant ces prophéties, dans ce cas, n’a pas sa place our se couvrir de gloire face à la triste réalité du Quisqueya d’aujourd’hui.

Ce préambule est pour remercier ESPACE BRANDT et GENEVIÈVE DOUYON FLAMBERT pour le 4 à 8 p.m., dimanche, 21 mars 2010 écoulé à Palmetto Bay, Floride, qui m’inspirèrent à les rejoindre. Je ne fus pas déçu. Le but de cette soirée était l’occasion pour Geneviève de présenter le premier tome de son livre en anglais ayant pour titre GRACE et qui sera en trois parties. Le premier volume est de 143 pages. Geneviève nous invite à la rejoindre en retournant aux racines de cette île, comprenant Haiti et la République Dominicaine, dont le vrai nom était QUISQUEYA et l’histoire de GRACE et ses amis qui découvrent les secrets du Calendrier Maya et les prophéties de la vie sur terre en l’an 2012. Je remercie Geneviève de m’avoir choisi pour la présenter et QUISQUEYA fut éloquemment décrit en français, créole, anglais, espagnol par une professionnelle sur le sujet ayant pour nom Geneviève Douyon Flambert.

Geneviève porte fièrement le titre de Quisqueyenne et le met en pratique; née ét élevée en Haiti et présentement résidente dans les montagnes du Cibao en République
Dominicaine. Petite fille du bien connu homme d’affaires et sénateur Alfred Vieux des années 30 elle suit les pas de Guy Douyon, un père lettré et elle aurait l’embarras du choix avec un total de cinq tantes, filles héritières du Sénateur Vieux, ce dernier n’ayant pas eu un héritier fils reprit sa revanche avec des gendres intellectuels tels que Guy Douyon, Jean Fouchard, Lyonel Paquin et encore d’autres dans des domaines différents…

Geneviève fut chaudement et motionellement rejointe par notre hôte Pasha Brandt, réconforté dans ses tendres sentiments pour GENEVIÈVE, GRACE et KISKEYA par la
non-moindre racinée Quisquéyenne, notre grande artiste peintre HERSZA BARJON. Un tonnerre d’applaudissements mérité se fit entendre d’une salle bien remplie.

La deuxième partie de la présentation Quisquéyenne de Geneviève consista du “ Krik! Krak…Timtim? Bwa chèch…” Elle se servit de PAROL GRANMOUN, Edner A, Jeanty et Dr. Carl Brown, TIMTIM BWA CHÈCH de Gérard Marie Tardieu et de ANTHOLOGIE DU FOLKLORE HAITIEN de Rémy Bastien. L’assistance participa avec enthousiasme dont l’ami-poète Carl Joseph et des gracieuses dames avec leur réponses adéquates aux questions de KRIK! KRAK? Merci à tous et toutes pour cette belle réception culturelle.

Carl

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Painting: by Carl (Carl-eeto) Craig
May 22, 2012

Artist Statement: “My aspiration is to expose the mystery, humility, intrigue, and exoticism of the ...more

Haitian Culture through my art. The ultimate joy is to share my works with an international audience”

Born in Haiti, moved to New York with his family at the age of 15. He served honorably in the U.S. Air Force (active duty & Reserves) for more than 5 years. He pursued a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and International Business at Florida International University.

After a successful career on the financial markets for 16 years, Carl ended his vocation on “Wall Street” and decided to apply his experience and acumen in international consulting.

As an international consultant, he worked with the transition government under the leadership of Prime Minister Gérard Latortue. One of his first duties was to organize, along with other Consultants, the “Game for Peace” between the Brazilian and Haitian national soccer teams. This game remains one of the most successful events supported by FIFA. Carl negotiated with community leaders in the infamous slums of Cité Soleil where he introduced various programs such as The Integration for Social and Economic Development.

As senior consultant, Carl participated in the conception and implementation of the Programme de Déconcentration de Port-au-Prince introduced by the “Ministère de l’ Intérieur & des Collectivités Territoriales”. During that period, he had the unique opportunity to learn more about Haiti and its culture as his assignments covered the whole territory.

Despite his successes in the financial markets and as an international consultant, Carl has chosen to walk away from all the power and structure to satisfy his thirst for creativity by unleashing his talent in the arts: painting, photography and music. As a self-taught artist, he brilliantly and skillfully captures the beauty that is embedded in Haitian culture.

His belief is that hope lies in the human spirit and, by capturing the balance between delicate facial expressions and body language of his subjects, his message can be conveyed.

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Painting by : Robert Sylvain.


Photos by F. Adrien.

Robert Sylvain was born in Port-au Prince,Haiti,whereas a precocious eight ...more

years old,he began his lifelong involvement with art. Today Robert's paintings are notable for their study of color and form. Refusing to be confined to any particular style or tradition,Robert seeks to transcend national boundaries and ethnic sterotypes. Please enjoy some of Robert's paintings

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Turgo Bastien
May 18, 2009

Turgo Bastien is an artist of Haitian descent.
His work transcends his culture, spiritual essence and life
experiences to present a global vision of truth and reality.
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ABOUT BEING HAITIAN AMERICAN & AN ARTIST

Turgo was born in Haiti, grew up in Haiti and his brain, heart
and spirit are mapped and hard-wired to the culture of Haiti.
Overlaid is his life in the diaspora and his travels which also
influence that which he sees and expresses in his work.
Send Turgo an email at
turgoartcreation@yahoo.com

Visit his website
http://turgoart.com/index.html

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"Unveiling of "Resurrection 2009" By Carl Craig
May 29, 2009

Commissioners Moss and Sorenson present rendition of "Haitian Memorial Monument" at Deering Estate ...more



(Miami-Dade County, FL) -- Miami-Dade County Chairman Dennis C. Moss and Commissioner Katy Sorenson co-sponsored the unveiling of a rendition of the Haitian Memorial Monument, located in Savannah, Georgia, on Friday, May 29, 2009 at the Deering Estate at Cutler in Palmetto Bay. The painting, called Resurrection 2009, is a 60" x 72" oil on canvas by Haitian artist Carl Craig. The event is part of festivities surrounding Haitian Cultural Heritage Month and is organized with the help of the Haitian-American Historical Society and the Unique Coalition of Minority Businesses (UCOMB) of South Florida. Other paintings by Alexandra Barbot, the Haitian-American Historical Society's commission artist, were displayed as well.

Carl Craig was born in Haiti and later settled in the United States, where he received his associate's degree in Liberal Arts at Miami-Dade Community College, and later his bachelor's degree in Finance and International Business at Florida International University. While he maintained a successful career as an international business consultant for many years, Craig began to focus his efforts to painting, photography, and music as recently as 2007. He is known for his works depicting scenes of Haiti and has had his art displayed in numerous private exhibits in Miami. Resurrection 2009 shows the monument currently on display at Franklin Square in Georgia which represents the Haitian soldiers who participated in the siege of Savannah in 1779. The original monument was sculpted by James Mastin.

"South Florida's close ties with Haiti make Miami-Dade County the perfect location to embrace Haitian culture with the celebration of its rich and influential history here in the United States," said Chairman Moss. "I encourage the community to view the Haitian Memorial Monument at Deering Estate."

"I'm glad to see a diverse art collection emerging at the Deering Estate. Mr. Craig's work, as well as the other pieces at the event, will allow residents to understand the contributions Haitians have made to our community and beyond," said Commissioner Sorenson.

Also speaking at the event were historians Claude Charles, PhD, and Professor Jean-Claude Exulien, who discussed the facts behind the Siege of Savannah; School Superintendent from Rochester, Minnesota Romain Dallemand; and Floyd Adams, Jr., Savannah School Board member and former Mayor of Savannah.

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Painting by: Jeffrey Dread.
Apr 1, 2006



Photos by Pikliz Productions : François Adrien
SEE MORE OF HIS PAINITINGS @ WWW.photovibe.com
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François Adrien and Rachel Moscoso Denis had the privilege to meet with Jeffrey Dread at his studio in Miami Beach saturday night April 1st 2006.His Photogallery "Photo Vibe" is a direct result of the incredible success of Celebrity Vibe,an online digital news service that specializes in documenting celebrity events and delivering real time buyers worldwide that include people,US Weekly Magazine,New york Daily .....etc
Fore more info regarding the artist please visit his website :www.photovibe.com
PhotoVibe is the latest way to enjoy the celebrity lifestyle from the comfort of your living room. Imagine getting a V.I.P. invite to the hottest parties and events…you can dance on the tables at of-the-moment New York City nightclubs, get a front row seat at the catwalks in Paris, and attend the latest movie premiere in Los Angeles.

PhotoVibe is your pipeline to popular culture; what does your favorite celebrity get up to when they’re not at work? Who are they dancing with? Who are they canoodling with in the corner of that nightclub in Miami? Now you have the password. Our Celebrity Archive has the latest photographic proof of their antics. You can search for the pictures you want, order them to your specifications, and have them delivered right to your door, ready for framing. You want that picture of Ben Affleck on your desk the next day? It’s there. You want a photograph of Britney Spears as a gift for your best friend’s birthday? It’s yours for the asking. All images will be priced accordingly with your specifications for delivery method and print size.

How many times have you been at that trendy new club when someone takes your picture having a great time with your friends? Where can you find that picture? At PhotoVibe of course! These pictures can be ordered and delivered in the same fashion! How cool is that?

PhotoVibe is a direct result of the incredible success of CelebrityVibe, an online digital news service that specializes in documenting celebrity events and delivering real time digital photographs to a vast network of image buyers worldwide that include People Magazine, US Weekly Magazine, New York Daily News, Vogue, and a vast array of European publication’s. Demand has been so great by the public for these images, that we had no choice but to launch PhotoVibe.

PhotoVibe also presents the opportunity to purchase limited edition artwork that already graces the homes of your favorite celebrities and newsmakers. Art on Canvas will be the envy of all who see them, so the opportunity to own them is now.

For a short time, access to PhotoVibe will be available for one (1) month for $9.95 or $19.95 for a three (3) month period. An even greater value is to be had for $49.95 for an annual pass.

PhotoVibe, your V.I.P. access to the world.

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Painting by: Gontran Lelasseux.
Mar 30, 2006



Gontran LELASSEUX
Né le 23 septembre 1976, 36 Allée de l’esplanade, 91380 Chilly-Mazarin Fr ...more

ance.
Tel: 00 (33) 1 64 54 93 37

20 Route de Kenscoff, Haïti.
Tel : 00 (509) 513 53 84
Courièl: gontranlelasseux@hotmail.com

ÉTUDES :2000-2002 : École Municipale des BEAUX-ARTS de Versailles

EXPOSITION EN COURS :Galerie Art génération, 64 rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris

EXPOSITIONS PASSÉES :Octobre 2005 : 12ème Salon des Jeunes Artistes Contemporains
Espace Château-Landon Paris 10ème.

Septembre 2002 :Festival Créole de Nice
Magasin Armundi (exposition personnelle)Auditorium du MAMAC (exposition personnelle)

Novembre 2002 :La Mairie expose ses Artistes Hôtel de ville de Paris
(exposition de groupe)

EXPOSITIONS A VENIR :Juin 2006 L’apparament Café (exposition personnelle)

Octobre 2006 :École Polytechnique de Palaiseau(exposition personnelle)

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Painting by: Hersza Barjon.
Mar 25, 2006



Hersza is a Haitian National that started to paint as an adolescent in her native country of Hai ...more

ti. Instead of following the traditional path of Haitians artists that mastered either “the Primitive”, “the Naïve” or “the Post-Modern Art”, she painted what Art critics describe as Art: a “visual literature”, “colors that speak”, or simply “Indigenous Art”.

Hersza’s soul creates the shape of what’s to come even before she thinks of what ‘s coming. Hersza inspiration comes from the love and the understanding of her ancestors. Her spiritually is not limited to one’s orientation but she believes that all humans are a component of a “One”; that all is in One as One is in all. She now resides in Florida with her family.

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Painting by: Albert Desmangles.
Mar 6, 2006



Albert Desmangles was born in Port-au-Prince on May 31, 1957. His interest in art began at a ver ...more

y early age. By the age of six he was sketching faces in the dust of the school's tiles. In high school, his brother, noted artist Henry Bastien, taught him drawing, perspective and the use of color. Bastien also gave him several lessons in gouáçhe (a technique using paints mixed with water and gum to create opaque colors).

During his school years he was very active in the student art circle and participated in a number of exhibits, winning a prize in a drawing competition sponsored by the Haitian-German Cultural Association in 1975.

He found a job as a bookkeeper in 1978, but quickly realized that his life was not behind a desk but in front of an easel. At that point he decided to devote himself totally to art.

In 1979 he entered his uncle's workshop (sculptor Paul Desmangles), who taught him to sculpt. Then he took a few courses on industrial drawing at the Cultural Formation Center of Haiti.

In addition to painting, he was also interested in dramatic arts and singing. He went on stage with the Young Theater troupe, the National Theater and Gerard Resil's troupe. A few years later he became a member of the musical group called Kata.

Following the advice of his mentors, Bernard Sejourne, Jean-Rene Jerome, and Nehemy Jean, he studied the features of different ethnic types from America. Drawing on those lessons, he began to paint universal women, using light to illustrate their power.

Since 1980, he has participated in many exhibits in Haiti, Europe, United States, and Japan. His work is highly valued by art collectors worldwide.


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"Le peintre Hervé Lebreton & la poétique de la femme".
Aug 19, 2006



Photo by : Rachel Moscoso Denis @ Galerie d'art Nader

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Paintings by: Patsye Delatour.
Apr 25, 2008



Patsye's Statement: "The Next great movement in Western Art is waiting to be born. It will not ...more

be of the body or the mind but of the soul and spirit.” ( Ken Wilber, Sacred Mirrors, The Visionary Art of Alex Grey)

My style of drawing Vibration Lines, lines done in black ink placed on white Bristol paper came to be in 2001. My work evolved through a deep search , which lead me to a greater universal understanding of life and of the language of the cosmos. These visionary works are created on a force within themselves both meditative and trace . The drawings contain spiritual messages of love unity, oneness and the importance of sharing. Also found in my drawings are elements of history, science,

Mythology ,voodoo ,spirituality and religions. I believe that an artist is a messenger, a force field that can find ways through different mediums to express vibrations one way or another. My work is not intended to teach but to share the lessons and messages I have received through the Light, questions on how to see beyond ones “ reality” and how to dive into the “ unknown self “ to allow the viewer to reach his or her deepest self, the soul.

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Philippe Dodard Expo in Fort Lauderdale.
Nov 4, 2006



Photos by Rachel Moscoso Denis

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Photographer Jean Villedrouin.
Nov 20, 2006



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Exposition de Peintures Haitiennes à la Galerie Nader

Photo By Rachel Moscoso Denis

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