Deep Sea Canoe Haiti - Premium 19.6 X 23.25 In. By Genenrich Painting
Ile A Rats Haiti - Premium 23.5 X 19.25 In. By Genenrich Painting
Krab - Premium 28.5 X 22.75 By Genenrich Painting
Labadee Haiti Destination - Premium 23.5 X 20.5 In. By Genenrich Painting
Overlook View of Labadee, Haiti - 40 x 30 by Genenrich Pierre - Ricky's Wall
The Intimate Moment With The Haitian Flag - High Premium 47 X 32.5 In. By Genenrich Pierre Painting
Twilight - Premium 19.3 X 23.3 In. By Genenrich Painting
Southern Streetview, Haiti (Part 2) - Premium - 16 x 20 inc. by W. Celeus - Ricky's Wall
The Three Caravans (Large) - 29.75 x 39.25 by Raoul Marius - Ricky's Wall
Broken - Premium 19.75 X 23.25 In. By Genenrich Pierre Painting
Bell Peppers - Premium 12 X 16 In. By A. Larrinaga Painting
Fearless Pursuit - Premium 11.9 X 15.9 In. By Genenrich Pierre Painting

Learn about Sadrac Polone

Sadrac Polone


Personal life

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.


The artist

Sadrac Polone ArtworkSadrac 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.



Sadrac Polone Artwork 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.  

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Learn about Anne W. Massaga

Anna Massaga's Profile

 Anne is of French and African descent. Since a young age, she has been attached to color. Her early years between Africa and Europe, and later time in Cuba gifted her with a unique perspective about life and the world we live in. At the age of 8, Anne and her siblings arrived to Cuba. Without knowing the language, they were sent to schools in La Isla de la Juventud, commonly known in Cuba as “becas”; where kids were completely isolated and cut from the world. During the time spent “becados”, they were only able to spend time with their mother for short periods of time. If lucky enough, they were able to see their mother once a week. However on some occasions, they were able to see their mother once out of the month. 

 Anne absorbed the language, the culture, and the new way of life. Her love for art first came through music. She became a great dancer and participated in local dancing competitions. In fact, dancing and music are a big part of who she is. 

1 of Anne's abstract paintingYears past, she graduated with a degree in mathematics. As a young professional, she started teaching at “escuelas al campo” roughly translated as schools in the countryside and eventually landed a position as a teacher in city of Havana. Because of her educational background, her citizenship, and the ability to speak another language (French), she was later hired by the French Embassy to work for the French School.

 This was a golden period in her life. From mathematics, she transitioned into teaching Spanish and eventually was offered a position in to teach kindergarten. While working in kindergarten she was sent by the school to different countries such as Venezuela, Haiti, France, Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica to develop new skills and acquire new knowledge for teaching.

In 2004, Anne decided to take her family to Paris to avoid her son, Said, to be enlisted in military school. She wanted to spare him the vicissitudes of military school in Cuba. Once in France, Said started “le lycée” and adapted to the new way of life. Anne also further her artistic education and took painting classes at a local art “atelier”. In 2007, she and her husband decided to go live to the United States of America where her husband's family resided. 

While in the United States, Anne had to re-validate her degree and pass various certifications to become a French, Spanish, and Math teacher. Eventually, she was hired as a Foreign Language teacher by Academy of Art and Minds in Miami.

In 2018, her art work started being showcased at different local galleries such as the Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment. This is where she met Ricky who was deeply fascinated by her abstract paintings and they recently signed a mutual agreement to have some of her products listed under Ricky's Wall

Anne with her displayed Artwork

Her paintings are open dialogues only restricted by the size of a canvas.

 “Anne transposes her lively memories of early childhood into colorful masterpieces.” 

"Like in Life… not everything is beautiful, but everything makes sense".

"When words won’t tell what’s inside, let the colors you choose and the shapes you form be the language you speak."


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A Short Bio of Genenrich Pierre - The Artist behind the Collections

 Genenrich Profile

     Genenrich Pierre also known as “Gerry” was born and raised in Cap Haitian which is considered the second city of Haiti behind Port-au-Prince. After his secondary school graduation from Lycee National Philippe Guerrier, he wanted to become a Doctor but the political instability and the finances of his parents prevented him from reaching this goal.

     As an alternative, he joined the Agricultural Science program at the “Universite Polyvalente D’Haiti”. He did not finish the program (left after 2 years) because he felt this field was not a match for him. He then figured out what his true passion was and started fueling his creativity though Arts.

   Gerry started painting thanks to the influence of his father
Gerry in ActionEliphete Pierre who was well known as a painter in Cap Haitian. He was introduced to art at a very young age. His inspiration is well rooted in his love for the natural environment. His Abstract, Lady & Marine collections published by Ricky’s Wall grab the attention of many art galleries around the world.  










Seascape ViewHis seascape pieces are exciting, unique, colorful and makes you feel the Caribbean vibe. As of today, he is the master of 700 art pieces and many of them were purchased by international tourists. Many of our followers are asking for some variants of the "Topical Islet" piece which was the first artwork that we sold since our opening in January. He is now being challenged with new projects: the use of different mediums & genres of paintings. He has embraced realism and contemporary arts and some of his collections are being published by us: Ricky's Wall.

     Another collection “Fruit Portrait” from his oeuvre is already being processed though it will be published not until mid-June 2016. Here is a sneak peek:


 "When I paint, I'm at peace. I forget about all my problems, I become a Master"  Gerry













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