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Posted 7 years ago

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These wooden sculture are from Haiti to the United States in 1992, dated back to around 1970-1980 artist is unknown. These sculptures proudly signifies the hope and resilience that is feed and kept alive throught the most adverse conditions.. Please Get involved in the rebuilding of Haiti. -Bouaze Pierre


  1. Dr. Erik H. Schot, 7 years ago
    My wife and I like Haitian art very much and have some Haitian wood-carvings in our home. My mother possesses a wooden statue carved out of one piece - trunk? - of hardwood, about 1.8 meters tall and ending with three smiling faces. I have seen these same carvings - likely by the same artist - in an art-shop in Atlanta, Georgia, in the late 1970s. I was told by the shop's owner, that the artist was from Haiti and quite famous. Would you perhaps know his name and history? I would appreciate any information at all on his persona, and thank you.


    Erik H. Schot, PhD
    Lauderdale By The Sea, FL
  2. Olatashiyu, 12 months ago
    I once, about 27 years, met Maxi Saint Felix, a Haitian sculptor who favored mahogany as a medium. One of his works was the "Boat People". Does any one know of the artist or his work??

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