Heza Barjon 20"x12" Untiled Figurative 2022 Acrylic on Canvas Painting #2-JSB-NY

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The renowned Haitian painter Hëza (Herska Barjon)   signed this untitled figurative painting in vibrant colors. The artwork, signed in the lower right corner, is in good condition and sold unstretched. It is from a private collector in Miami, Florida. It will be shipped from our NY gallery, and we will provide a certificate of authenticity upon purchase. 

About this artist

Born in 1958 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Hërsza Barjon, also known as "Hëza," discovered her passion for painting during her adolescence. Guided by two of Haiti's most esteemed artists—the late Bernard Séjourné and Jean-Claude Legagneur—she honed her craft, eventually producing what critics have hailed as 'visual literature,' "Indigenous Art,' Colors that Speak,' and 'Shapes that Implore.' She won many awards and prizes, and numerous solo and group exhibitions in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Chicago, Port-au-Prince, Montreal, and Taiwan have marked her artistic journey. Hersza's soul creates the shape of what's to come even before she thinks of it. Her inspiration comes from the love and understanding of her ancestors. Her spirituality is not limited to one's orientation; she believes all humans are a component of a "One" and that all is in One as One is in all. In May 2004, the Miami-Dade County Office of the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners presented to Myriam F. Nader a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of her valuable contributions to the community for her participation in the 4th Annual Haitian Cultural Month Art Exhibit: Heza Barjon.