Born in 1977, Nixon Leger is an award-winning artist from Belle-Anse, Haiti. In 1998, he studied painting under the supervision of Haitian Artist Master Casimir Joseph, honing and perfecting his artistic skills. In 2000, He entered ENARTS school with a full scholarship that enabled him to earn a degree in plastic arts. During the year of 2003, he taught art in many schools including The Mission Episcopal of Haiti in collaboration with College St. Matthias, in southeast of Haiti. Nixon Leger’s work has been showcased in many art exhibits in Haiti and around the world. He is a leader in the community where he spends quality time contributing with other organizations providing his expertise on fundraising activities. His work and presence in community support are widely acknowledged at some of the fundraising events organized by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) as well as at other related events for Haitian and Liberian Kids. He is a member of the Haitian Assembly Artists of Massachusetts (HAAM) and a board member of Emerging Minds of Haiti (EMH). Nixon’s passion for arts is infinite; he believes his art is a plus in the visual world. He aims endlessly to show his artwork as a representation of Haitian Arts that are rich in style, philosophy, and spirituality.
Exhibitions: the Massachusetts State House, Boston City Hall, Caribbean Arts Gallery, Massasoit Community College, Rhode Island State House of the Arts, Johnson and Wales (Intercultural Center) Attleboro Arts Museum. Nixon currently lives in the US where he continues to promote his art and exhibits nationally.