Sadrac Polone was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After completing High-School from Spring Hill College located at Delmas, he attended l'Institut Superieur de Communication et de Langue Francaise (L’ISCOF) in 2008 to master the art of persuasion, expression and diversity. Despite of the devastating effect of the earthquake that occurred in January, 2010 and the poor finances of his family then, he continued his studies until receiving his certificate by the end of the year. His commitment and perseverance led him to reach the ultimate goal: the ability to think and express himself beyond his imagination which will be reflected in his arts.
Sadrac started painting at 19 years old thanks to the knowledge acquired in the L'ISCOF especially in art history and expression. He was influenced by another artist named Hermantin Rosee. However, he did not follow Hermantin’s style and line of work because his pieces were always too intricate to be captivated in the eyes of many. Sadrac then develops his own style and painting techniques that create a wide variety of colors leading to his passion for abstract. He enjoys watching people trying to discern the meaning behind his pieces.
The artist has already released 40 pieces of Arts in Orlando and City Hall of Tabarre – Haiti. His mentor, Kevens Prevaris, who is now a well-known Haitian artist residing in Bruxelles - Belgium, supervised his creations until he got his endorsement due to his art distinctiveness. His studies allow him to become a true communicator through surrealism and modern abstract. Lately, the artist was mostly producing to escape the political reality of Haiti.
“When I paint, I escape the political chaos that plunges Haiti into its economic crisis through arts” Sadrac. However, by finding Ricky’s Wall, the artist is very excited about producing more pieces in the coming months. Today, Ricky’s Wall is excited to promote his newest artworks which will be released soon.