Anne-Isabelle Bonifassi, a self-taught visionary artist from Haiti, possesses a diverse background that has shaped her creative journey. Having been raised in various countries such as Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, French Guyana, Vietnam, and her Haiti, she found her muse in the rich tapestry of techniques, materials, and landscapes she encountered and embraced.


Drawing inspiration from her multicultural upbringing, Anne-Isabelle fearlessly delves into the realm of artistry, continually pushing her boundaries with an array of mediums, colors, and textures. With each brushstroke and artistic endeavor, she draws upon the wisdom and insights gained from her experiences across continents.


From her grand-scale masterpieces on wood, combining Haitian cut metal and encased in resin, to the vibrant and expressive palette-knife painted portraits, and the captivating, finger-painted impressionism pieces, Anne-Isabelle’s work is an exploration of artistic possibilities and creativity. Her creations bear witness to the embodiment of patience, unwavering focus, and meticulous precision, resulting in truly exceptional and one-of-a-kind artworks. Through her pieces, she intricately weaves tales of Haitian history, emotions, and narratives, inviting the viewer on a profound and introspective journey of exploration and discovery.