Even though Pierre-Antoine, Nonci pursues a career in fashion design satisfying her passion for painting is just as vital.The eye-opening experience of painting allows this artist to set herself free and to aid with the flow of ideas for the design process.Often her works mirror fashion’s influence by resembling sketches or showing long-legged models, but just as often, her focus is on nature, as seen in the study at the lake.As an artist of varying mediums and subject matters, her work reflects upon the role of nature in our lives and how everything changes at the beginning of a new millennium.Nonci a graduate of Pratt Institute NY USA, Associate Of Occupational Studies Illustrations, Parsons The New School for Designs NY, USA Course works BFA Fashion Designs, Ecole de Beaus-Arts Darchitecture De Mode/Langues, Paris, France course Introduction, The American Business Institute, NY USA. Nonci also holds a degree in Real Estate Salesperson’s Course from Real Estate Training Center of the greater New York Inc. Nonci sees great importance in being an artist at the turn of the century, and in recording these unnoticeable transformations.All the pollution caused by humankind may have unknown and invisible effects upon the environment; she wants to remind us that nature will always be there for us and will never let us down.It just must be taken cared of.
The idea is servile to the artist.(She started her studies art, and fashion design at Parsons the New School for Designs, in New York City in 1993.) The first public showings of her work occurred at Parsons, one of a self-Portrait in 1994 and the other of and entry for the 1997 All Japan Fashion Teachers international Fashion Sketch Contest for with Nonci sixth place out of 146 students.Her show “Innocence” was at the PDJ Art gallery in Soho, New York City back at the start of the new century.Where some of her watercolors were a present testimony to her still “pure” first in counter with art dated from 1994.
Dating from 2007, Fantastic oil 24X38 is called The Stars Are A Hollowed Victory Stars, and favorite things.Being auctioned, to help get Trailers, for Haiti’s hurricane seasons, to help transport people, to safer up hill area; trailers, are better equipped, to children, and the disables to reach safer areas.Also, trailers are consist of cooking areas, as well as a rest room, to help beyond uncertainty of how long the hurricanes could last.OPTIMISM, oil on canvas: 14X20; to help start in Auntie’s House, for orphans, The Apples Cider, for unforeseen weather medical, and emergency, FRUIT, 9X12 to help aid with teaching to fish, and to help carry out fruitfulness, STAGE OF INNOCENCE, to help children, and CANDLE oil on canvas, 16X20 harvest week, to help provide food, for the hungry.All being auctioned, to aid; being very concerned, about making sure there’ll be some provisions, to help with charity, for survivors for recent natural disaster.After the 7.0 earthquakes hit Haiti, many other countries including the US hurricane Sandy, Mexico, Chile, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Argentina, Pakistan, and so many other countries all faced uncertain weather disasters.Even, now we are frequently hearing about different weather predicaments, too much rain, too much, snow, droughts, and all types of natural calamities, and the people need food, fresh water, and help with other types supplies, to survive every day and we hope to help.We are faced with these unexpected difficulties.As people are continuing to cross barriers still to help others, and those who are wanting to give, but are simply not in a position to give.
Born in Haiti, Nonci arrived in New York City at the age of seven or so.Except for an almost two-years stay in France and frequent jet-set international travels,has resided in New York ever since.Her first exposure to art took place in Haiti, where her grand Box, started to point out things from the paintings on the wall, and she was further exposed to a wide range of art during her one visit to the Iron market, prior-to coming to the US.As a little girl, these paintings offered her a means of escape, to an adventure. The art and landscapes she saw in exhibition rooms displayed in art galleries, and Metropolitan museums in, as well as other museums in New York, The Louvre in Paris, and other museums in Europe, and Japan constitute a very different, and unalike, overwhelming inspiration, always making her want to have a paintbrush in her hand and paint.
Nonci’s rendering and vision have matured in comparison to her earlier work.With greater consciousness, she currently works on paintings of Central Park, and is interested in helping humankind, through raising awareness to help bring hope those in need by virtue of charity.