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Images of Haiti–Alician

Images of Haiti--Alician

Alicia was the charming daughter of my office manager (Ms. Caroline). Not at all camera shy!

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–The Citadel

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti--The Citadel

The Citadel near Cap Haitian in the northern part of the country was built by Haitian King Christophe after the Revolution as part of the anti-European fortifications. Other fortresses from the late 1700s to the early 1800s are found on various mountain peaks and coastal cliffs in various parts of the island. The painting was from a photo taken from the air in a Cessna 172 piloted by Phil Kernisian. (Collection of P-L Kernisian)

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–Chip & Kathy

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti--Chip & Kathy

Pencil sketch of the artist and his wife during their 2013 anniversary. Study for subsequent painting. Made during break from Haiti.

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–Self Portrait of Artist

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti--Self Portrait of Artist

Pencil sketch of artist Chip Beck made from an iPhone photo during cross-channel boat trip from Isle a Vache to Les Cayes off the southern coast of Haiti.

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–Bernard & Mimi

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti--Bernard & Mimi

Pencil sketch of Bernie and Mimi, owners of Le Florville Restaurant in the Kenscoff area in the mountains above Petion-Ville. Study used for a subsequent painting.

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–“Mr. Germain”

My landlord in Haiti was a terrific gentleman and eventual friend was known by our team as “Mister” Germain. I executed this watercolor/acrylic sketch toward the end of my year in Haiti as a departure gift for him.

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti–Wharf Boats

Vagabond Artist Images of Haiti--Wharf Boats

In the sullied waters off of Cite Soleil in the Bay of Port-au-Prince, the artist observed various types of sailcraft and rowboats plying the waters with their wares. Based on pencil sketches and photographs, this small acrylic painting was rendered. (collection of Caroline Larose).