'Celestial Sphere I' is inspired by the unexplainable high that comes from the freedom and uncertainty of creating something from nothing. In this triptych 14 x 36 acrylic on canvas, Bertrand creates one of a million representations of this freedom in a highly pigmented canvas, a connection to the piercing sunshine of the Caribbean.
'Emmanuel Ronald Bertrand' created his first portrait at twelve years old, leading to a lifelong passion for the arts. After completing high school in Haiti, he migrated to the US to study architecture. Bertrand is an experienced architect who creates art between architectural projects. His work is animated by several energies flowing from three sources, passion and love of his homeland, his architectural education, and his interactions with people. For Bertrand, each creation is an emotional endeavor that produces a stunning piece of work. He freely experiments with various art mediums and different subject matter to escape to a world where life is reduced to pigment and the size of his canvas.
"Celestial Sphere I" Print | 16" x 30" Enforced Matte Poster
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16" x 30" Enhanced Matte Poster
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Celestial Spheres I 14 x 36 acrylic on canvas | created June 2018
“a juxtaposition of freedom against control”
Emmanuel Ronald Bertrand | print xx of 15