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 Carnival In Port-au-prince Haiti By Nicole Jean-louis Greeting Card featuring the painting Carnival In Port-au-prince Haiti by Nicole Jean-Louis

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~ Joy to view indeed, Nicole ))) My heartfelt compliments ))) ~

Tres belle, Nicole!

Merci beaucoup, Kristin!

Enjoy the colorful and festive atmosphere, joy to view;)

Thank you so much Jack!

Festive scene Nicole lvf.

Thank you very much Michael!

I love this festival painting!! such happy and fun energy in this art!! wonderful colours and composition!! L/F

Thank you so much Kevin!

Beautiful work! fv

Thank you so much Jim!

a vote for this colourful portrayal of the carnival in Port-au-Prince!! So much movement and life can really feel the energy !! So captivating and so beautiful !!

Thank you so much Gloria for your wonderful comment!

Love the movement in the painting! L/F

Thank you so much Anees!

Beautiful Work!! F/V

Thank you so much Cherie!

Nicole, I love your beautiful and colorful paintings they are lively and vibrant. "Carnival in Port au Prince" is no exception. You can hang another gold medal in your studio.....l.v.f awesome work, totally awesome my dear

Wow! I greatly appreciate your wonderful comment Dave! I thank you very much for the "gold medal"!!! :})

Wow, love how you captured the movement in the work of art! L/F!!

Thank you so much Angela!

Thanks for visiting my gallery and your nice comments Nicole. This is another brilliant and amazing work! Your talents are fantastic. Your image of this dance is absolutely fabulous! Love the great composition, vibrant colors, patterns and texture and all the various activities (e.g. the beautiful twirling dancers in their lovely dresses and hats and the crowd cheering). Love to see so much going on in this really marvelous and delightful painting!! Vive Haiti!!! L/f!!!!!

Wow! You make me laugh Marla! Vive Haiti!! I am glad you feel the joy! Thank you very much for your wonderful comment!

What a joy to revisit your vivid, gorgeous and fascinating gallery! Masterful and captivating work! fav

Thank you Dawn!

Nicole, your art is so bold and colorful and tells such wonderful stories. I really like the perspective on this one.

Welcome to my site Jamie! I greatly appreciate your pleasant and genuine comment!! :})

Wonderful work Nicole! Color, and composition, as well asthe description of how Carnival use to be before the devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince. I had friends who family lived in Port-au-Prince during the earthquake, thankfully they survived. FV

Welcome to my site Carol! I am happy for your friends. Thank you so much for your lovely comment.

What wonderful colours you have in your artwork, stunning x

Welcome to my site Clare! Thank you very much!

a revote/fav for this wonderful and colorful work. Very nice Nicole!

Thank you so much Dean for your revote and wonderful comment! This year 2014, the destination for the last three days (March2, 3, 4) of that cultural event in Haiti will be in the town of Gonaives. This is an historic city in the Northern Haiti; this city is best known as the City of Independence, because this is the location where Jean-Jacques Dessalines declared Haiti independent from France on January 1, 1804. Happy Carnival 2014 Haiti!!!

The warm of the color palette, the action of the dancers all come together for a delightful celebration!... Sharing

Welcome to my site Kandy! Thanks for such a wonderful comment!

Wonderful and colorful work, Nicole! L

Thank you so much Cyril!

The title surely supports the work!! Vibrant and a superb mix of colors, beauty and charm! Wonderful piece!!! Congratulations!

Thank you so much Dakos!!!

So expressive and also very colorful work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! L/F

Thank you so much Anand!

Outstanding work. The vibrancy of the colours is truly exceptional. vf

Thank you so much Loredana!

Beautiful work! e-mail

Thank you so much Valery!

cool picture

Thank you so much Hilde!

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Artist's Description

This is one of the typical carnival scenes in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Streets are decorated. The music will be blasting. People wearing colorful costumes, danced on the streets. Many spectators gathered on the streets balconies and roof tops, to witness that spectacular traditional show of colors, pride and freedom. This scene depicts the 2009 Carnival in Haiti; a year before the 2010's earthquake. This year,2012, the Carnival is being relocated to Les Cayes because, Champ de Mars, where the celebration use to take place is unavailable. Champ de Mars is a Historic Park in Haiti's Capital. It is a main park and place of political power. It is situated directly in front of the crumbled National Palace. This is also where the "Neg Marron" statue is located. Now wet laundry can be seen drying up on his shackled leg. Champ de Mars is now overflows with quake survivors. It is now a tent city in Port-au-Prince. Homeless people living in the park in squalid condition, receiving no aid except wa...

About Nicole Jean-Louis

Nicole Jean-Louis

COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALL MY ARTWORK IS REGISTERED COPYRIGHT WITH ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRINTS OWNERS, OR ORIGINALS OWNERS CAN NOT COPY, REPRODUCE, REDISTRIBUTE, TRANSMIT, OR MANIPULATE IN ANY WAY MY PAINTINGS WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION FROM THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER , NICOLE JEAN-LOUIS. “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from the Almighty. All gifts that truly bless us are God’s gifts…” James 1:17 My name is Nicole Jean-Louis, my maiden name is Nicole Faublas. I was born in Port-au –Prince, Haiti. When I was nine years old, my grandfather, Luc Beauboeuf, inspired me to discover my artistic talent. Every sketch that I’ve made was greeted with profuse praises by my grandfather. “Draw me some more”, he will say to me. Every day...

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