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“Agwe Red Eyes”

My Oil Colour portrait of Vodou lwa Agwe Ge Rouge. He is adorned in a decorative blue tunic and Kolye, a sacred bead necklace worn by vodouisants. He rises from the ocean with implements of the water which is his … Continue reading

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“Drawing Up Baron La Croix”

Fet Gede is soon arriving, “Haitian Halloween” right around the corner!! With the colors of the All Hallow’s Eve season, (Violet, Black, and White) everywhere I go I’m reminded of Baron and the dead! I’m sketching up a painting for Baron on a … Continue reading

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“Sketching A Water Lwa”

    Preparing a new painting for Vodou water spirit Clermeil and creating my base colours to begin his picture! I am enjoying the Blue-ish Grey hazy skies and rains we have had in my city. So now I will create a scene … Continue reading

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“Mademoiselle Charlotte, a French Mystery.”

The French colonists brought war, strife, and slavery to Haiti. They also brought their language culture and customs of the day. The spirit of Miss Charlotte came from a French Kreyol woman during colonial times who practiced Vodou and spiritual work. Charlotte … Continue reading

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