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American Visionary Museum
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Artists on the Rise
Our artists surf on the rising wave of the African and diaspora art - Outsider art - Mindfulness movements.
Welcome to our new online art event series #AyitiInspires:
ART IMPACT INVESTING, SOCIAL CHANGE
AND PERSONAL GROWTH
Next event December 2nd, 2020 at 5pm GMT, we will discuss:
Why it matters to bring visibility to African and Haitian artists?
How art lovers, collectors and investors can and should become life-changing patrons?
Makenol Profil is one of our most popular artist, having exhibited his works more than ten times in London (UK).
Makenol is a self-taught artist. He lives in the suburbs of Port-au-Prince (Haiti) with his wife and his three young children.
"One feels pulsing and music in Makenol’s scenes.
His clocks tell us that time is precious.
People connect in relationship, marriage and dance while they are also engaged
in a journey that requires acceptance of danger and the wild nature of life.
Anthropomorphic trees populate his works – cradling the people,
warning them of their limited time, offering transportation and connection.
Trees are symbolic of our roots, our family ties,
Our connection to Nature, and a deep human mythology.
Mostly, Makenol’s work remind us to maintain wonder of our organic world,
our Garden of Eden, and to cherish all we have been given for the time it lasts."
Text by Cindy, Art Collector
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Veleta Hayles, Author
"The pictures are wonderful - beautiful, colorful, powerful."
Jonathan Woolfson, Sotheby's
“Enchanting. You want to step inside! I've never seen this before."
Julie M., Art collector
“Love it! It plays around your mind. So fresh. So unusual."
Francois Leneuf, Art critic