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Abstract “The Life We Choose”
“Like Music To My Soul”
“Heaven Came Down.”
“The Circle of Life” Abstract Painting
“Je Suis Haitienne” Translated “I Am Haitian.”
“The Freedom To Express Yourself”
Entitled “Our Inheritance”
“The Blue Eyes Lady By the Ocean”
“Sparkles of Hope!”
“The Great Crowd.” The scriptures tell reminds us “Many are called but few are chosen.” Yet there still hope that the provision of salvation through the sacrificial blood of Jesus Christ, will gather a great crowd as well. I hope to see you among them. This painting is dedicated to all…
“Ladies Night!” Oil painting
In my opinion, the purest love is the love between a baby and a mother. This is the love I hope to demonstrate in this painting. Entitled “The Pure Love.”
Mom’s Tradition. I did this painting for my daughter’s house. A reminder of myself dressed for church, while I delight in my cooking for the WHOLE FAMILY. Yes, I’m known for that, and for my pastries as well.
The ingredients in the painting are for our traditional squash soup which we normally have every Sunday. The large pot is a reminder of how I can never seem cook a small portion, no matter how much I try. My belief honestly, food is meant to be shared, as we give, we enjoy it even more. So I always cook an overage just in case the neighbor, or my girls boyfriend, auntie, or friends decide to stop by. The colors are really a combo of the Haitian Flag and the Gabonese, since while I’m from Haiti, their father was from Gabon. I meant to call it “Les couleurs de mom pays” meaning “The colors of my country.” But, I think “Mom’s tradition is better suited.”
A Place Called Home – Acrylic on Canvas
This painting is entitled “The Two Gates” Entails the road least chosen and the vast pathway wich is embellished by the lady of pearl, goal and silver and the pitfalls encountered.
Oil Painting “The Village” which reminds me of the simple, yet pleasant life of the Country folks from back home. Like a little paradise, there always seem to have a waterfall or a river nearby. Plenty of shades provided by the tall fruit trees. And they all knew each other as if they were a big family.
“Indian Holi Festival” Acrylic On Canvas
“Moving Forward Haïti” Oil on canvas