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Kervin Andre’s “The Maroons” part of Bombay Sapphire’s Artisan Series

Staff Writer

Haiti Sentinel

MIAMI, Florida, USA (sentinel.ht) – ‘The African slaves who fled to remote mountainous areas were called marron (French) or mawon (Haitian Creole), meaning “escaped slave”.’ Haitian artist Kervin Andre has depicted these warriors in his piece “The Maroons” which is now being featured by Bombay Sapphire for its Artisan Series.

Artists from all across North America have submitted their artwork to the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series competition for a chance to become the next grand prize winner. Viewers are asked to vote for the artwork they want to see move on to the next round of the competition.

The two artists whose pieces receive the most votes will move on to the finale at SCOPE Miami Beach for a chance to be named the Artisan Series grand prize winner. This year’s grand prize winner will collaborate with Artsy on a public installation set to debut in 2018 and will receive a cash stipend.

Vote now through November 7, 2017. Kervin Andre’s The Maroons can be viewed and voted on here.

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