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"I am a self-actualized artist whose work is based on my childhood growing up on a tropical island called Saint Lucia in the Caribbean.  A natural paradise of immense beauty.  My life is so close to nature that I feel a part of all her splendour and mystery. When I paint, I become my subject, from the tree frog amid the Fond St. Jacques rainforest to the sea turtle gliding in the deep blue waters near Anse Chastanet Bay.   Texture and light are so intense and warm to the  soul. Every piece is a part of my life and I am honored to  share with you.I do not just want to paint, but I want you to create so that you too can feel the intense joy that I experience in being here.  The colours. "
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Born to Dutch Jewish and African, Kalinago Carib descent, Daniel Jean-Baptiste is a Caribbean artist living in the paradise of St. Lucia where sunny skies and abundant water life provide constant inspiration. His artwork depicts underwater scenes, game fish and prey, tropical botanical themes, and exotic animals.


Daniel’s childhood was spent fishing off the wooden jetty in the tiny fishing village of Choiseul. The sea became his second home, and he spent hours under the blistering sun gazing at the vibrant colours of tiny wrasse attacking his bait. To Daniel, fishing was much more than catching fish; he found the whole experience exhilarating and painting became a  way of capturing a tiny part of this bliss.

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