Fritz W. Desroches was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
He grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. After completed 20 years in the US Army,
he retired and stayed nearly 30 years in Germany. In February 2013, he returned to the USA.
He is a member of the Torpedo Factory Art Association located in Alexandria, Virginia.
Techniques: Oil and Airbrush Oil technique: He mostly painted with a palette knife, rendered a heavy coat of oil on canvas.
Airbrush technique: This technique is a mixed technique of the airbrush and the brush.
Since 1989, he has self-taught in airbrush technique and has been painted intensively with the airbrush.
Motive: Scenery somewhere in the Caribbean, landscape, seascape and photo realism.
His paintings show a colorful scene of the Caribbean’s people in their daily activities.
They show an extreme overstretched of the limbs and at the same time maintain a proportional balance of these limbs.
The way of living of these people fascinate him that he developed this unique style.
He transfers this nostalgia into a canvas full of intensive colors, movements and happiness.
Exhibition: Throughout Germany, US and France
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