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Every One who Exists is an Artist

Exclusive interview with one of the artists from the “Elements of (de) construction” exhibit, Valerie Noisette (pictured at right in red)

Q : What prompted you to create these beautiful works?

A : As an artist who has gained a lot of experience in the last decade, I have reached a new level. Some things change over the years and bring new energy to my work, which we can see today compared to my previous work. The energy that emerges is a part of you; the connection is established.

Q : Is this the best way to connect?

A : I think there are a multitude of ways to share energies, and they come as I feel. You can bring energy through music, meditation or even personal motivational speeches.

Q : Of all these exhibits, do you have one in particular that makes you feel good?

A : This is a very interesting question because when you create pieces of art, it's like giving birth to a child. They're all special so I cannot say I have a favorite piece.

Q : How do you think your art could contribute to bringing Haiti to a higher level?

A : I want to use my work as a way to help artists express themselves better to others. Just like music invites you to meditate, my works push Renoir with their roots, the good energies.

Q : How much does your art cost?

A : For this exhibition, my big pieces start at $900. Smaller pieces are available from $150.

Q : A message to our readers?

A : For me, every person who exists is an artist. I learned over the years to paint my emotions, which were most buried in me. It's never too late—I started when I was already an adult. Creativity is one of the best ways to express oneself through art.

By Christelle P. PIERRE

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