Thursday, December 17, 2009

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Still life, It's pumpkin season!

It's pumpkin season! Here is a fruit I picked up at Atwater market, I thought it looked really unique.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Red fishes in a pond, Oil painting

Original oil painting, 4x6 inches
A picture taken in Japan of a cherry blossom tree reflecting in a pond. This is my first attempt at painting a nature setting.


Thursday, September 10, 2009

Work in progress: Cherry blossoms

I decided to take a few pictures as I progress on my latest painting. This painting is based on a picture I took when I was in Japan. Cherry blossoms are in full bloom in the month of May and it was beautiful to see.
I should finish the painting soon. Size 8 x 8 inches.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


I had the pleasure of taking Dany Laferriere portrait for his new book called Heading South.

Friday, July 3, 2009


This posting is quite random from what I usually post. I had to shoot this eyeshadow for a magazine. I just fell in love with this color and I wanted to share it with you. Maybe I might get inspired and use it in a painting.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Video: Muneza Art

This video shows some of my art work over a period of thirteen years. I did stop painting for 7 years to pursue other interests; however, the desire to paint was always present until it became unbearable for me not to pick up my brushes again. Thank you for viewing!

Friday, May 22, 2009

Limited Edition Print on Canvas

Limited edition print on canvas, giclee on canvas20"x20". Gallery wrapped. No framing needed, ready to hang.
I printed my invitation to my art show onto canvas. I think the final result looks fabulous. It can be a great gift idea for someone who is moving into their new home. If you are interested email me.

Japanese salt shaker

Oil on canvas, gallery wrapped 6"x6"

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Chocolate donut

Oil on canvas, gallery wrapped, 6"x6"



Oil on canvas, 6" x 6"


Sunday, April 26, 2009

Artwork is on display!

Here are a few pictures of my artwork on display at Notabene. The exhibit is from April 27th to May 15th, 2009. There will be a vernissage, Saturday May 2nd from 2 pm until 4:30 pm at 3416 Park Ave, in Montreal (Canada).

Friday, April 10, 2009

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Black History Month: A little bit of Canadian History 2

I created this image for Black History Month, Warriors: Colours on Black Women.
Group exhibition at MosaikArt Gallery in Montreal.

Sophia Burden
The first black woman to live in what became Ontario Canada. She was born in New York State and was sold to the Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant in the 1770s, some time before the American Revolution. She became a free women in 1792, married Robert Pooley and was believed to be still alive in the early 1850s.

Black History Month: A little bit of Canadian History

I created this image for Black History Month, Warriors: Colours on Black Women.
Group exhibition at MosaikArt Gallery in Montreal.

Rose Fortune
Rose Fortune was born 1774. She arrived in Canada at the age of 10, originally a loyalist from the United States,. Her family settled in the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. Earning a living was difficult for black Loyalist who came to Canada. Yet, that didn’t stop Rose Fortune from developing two lucrative businesses in the area. She began working as a baggage carrier, transporting luggage and provisions from ships, that she would deliver in her wheelbarrow. She also, implemented a ‘’wake-up call’’ service in which she would alert people in danger of missing departing ships. Her luggage transportation business became lucrative and became known as Lewis Transfer in 1841. Rose Fortune grandchildren have carried on the family business for the next 100 years.

Today, her legacy continues, The Association of Black Law Enforcers have created a scholarship in her name and her descendant Daurene Lewis became the first black female mayor in North America.

Rose Fortune died in 1864.


Photography work.
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Friday, February 6, 2009

Hot! 24 x 36, Oil Painting

Original oil painting. When I first saw these red chilies, I wanted to paint them to capture their vibrant color and skinny shape. I don't know where the inspiration came from, to place the chilies in a white circular bowl, but I think it works beautifully. This painting is available only on giclee canvas. Contact me for more information.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Pomegranates, 10x20, Oil painting

I think I succeeded in capturing the true color of these pomegranates.

Provence garlic, 10x20, Oil painting

I just love the shape and color of Provence garlic. Available for purchase, please contact me for more information.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Pêle-mêle. 24x24

Pêle-mêle is a french word meaning a messy group of things. I thought it was appropriate for this oil painting. These baskets are from Tanzania. Although I am not sure about the origins of the basket that is on top of all them.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

My first blog!

Hi! I am very late in joining the blog world and this is my first time posting a blog anywhere on the internet. I will be posting pictures of my paintings. I hope this blog will encourage me to paint on regular basis. Thank you for looking and I look forward to reading your comments.