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Artist Statement

History

Fred Moline is a 26-year-old Haitian American artist born in Hialeah and raised in North Miami. Fred is a Registered nurse who has a passion for helping others and making a difference in their lives. Although he didn’t go to school for art or had
any training in art, Fred has always had a vivid vision and strong passion for art. Fred began drawing at 3 years old, shortly after his sister, Claudina, taught him about the true meaning of art coming from within. Fred’s sister taught him to draw what he felt and what he saw. Fred’s artwork manifests a lot of emotions, such as happiness, sadness, and being angry. His art transcends what is happening in his state of mind to real life. The distortion in the face and body parts seen in his work an idea from Picasso. Picasso has always been an influence in Fred’s work, in which he deconstructed the conventions ofperspective that he dominated.

Philosophy

Fred Moline’s
artwork shows a various amount of styles and influences from Picasso to Henry Matisse. To him, the unintentional colors brighten up the dull areas to keep the work alive. So many emotions are described in colors and placed in his work to amplify the nature of the story. Due to depressing moments in Fred’s life, he took his pain and incorporated different style
periods into his collection. The collection is a series in which Fred breaks down the struggles he went through during the hard times in his life

To Fred, moving back to Miami motivated him to expand his vision in art and his goal is to use his artwork to produce love and combine the world together.

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