RHODE ISLAND, April 6 – An exhibit that includes over 25 years of fascinating art work created by Cranston’s Nixon Leger, is presently on show on the Atrium Gallery at One Capitol Hill on the primary ground of the state’s Administration Constructing in Windfall. This broad physique of art work was created based mostly on the bodily and metaphysical world as considered by Nixon.
“My art work from the early years is a quest of id and creativity. This work relies on the philosophy, spirituality, bodily and metaphysical world. Since I first started learning artwork, I’ve continued to seek for distinctive methods to indicate my concepts. By means of my art work, I took the “Plantain Tree” from the bodily world which I reworked right into a metaphysic illustration of the human physique. My Artwork is a world of Journey that I proceed to discover.” – Nixon Leger
What: Nixon Leger- 25 Years of Artwork from Haiti to the USA
When: Exhibit is on show by way of June eighth, 2022. Open to the general public, weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The place: The Atrium Gallery at One Capitol Hill is on the primary ground of the state’s Administration Constructing in Windfall.
Nixon Leger is an award-winning artist from Belle-Anse, Haiti. His work has been showcased in lots of artwork displays internationally. Nixon is a pacesetter to the group; he spends high quality time contributing with different organizations offering his experience on fundraising actions. His presence in supporting the group was acknowledged and awarded twice by the Nationwide Affiliation of Black Journalists (NABJ), in addition to different associated fundraising occasions for Liberia and Haiti. Nixon reveals that his art work is a illustration of Haitian Artwork combined with different life ideas, wealthy with varied types, philosophy, and spirituality, whereas connecting to others worldwide.