The culmination of a long-standing admiration for the St. Soleil Movement, this painting evokes the meeting of spirits in the naif style of Dieuseul Paul. Dieuseul Paul, born in 1952 in Damiens, is one of the founder of the Saint Soleil school with Prospere Pierre Louis and Louisianne Saint Fleurant. Saint Soleil was founded in the early 1970's under the direction of Tiga - Jean Claude Garoute, and Maud Robart, approximately 50km from Port-au-Prince.
Saint Soleil gained international recognition when Andre Malreaux visited the community in 1975. Andre Malreaux immortalized the movement by featuring Saint Soleil in his book "L'Intemporel". This piece is a tribute to their many talents and success at sharing the singular beauty of Haitian...
Amanacer is an abstract artist who splits her time between Haiti and her native-Ontario, Canada. Her richly layered, vibrant canvases and motifs reflect the influences of the Haitian traditions in surrealism, the "naive art" st. soleil movement and vodoo.
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