Fitzroy Hoyte is a Visual Artist and mentor born in Trinidadian in 1978. His connection and exploration with art commenced at the primary level at Newtown Boys’ R.C School. Subsequently, Mr. Hoyte then continued his formal institutional education at the Belmont Boys’ Secondary School during the years 1991-1996. Mr. Hoyte completed his secondary education with the acquisition of Distinction in Art.
Additionally, Mr. Hoyte also studied Drawing & Painting at the John S. Donaldson Technical Institute, tutored by now-deceased artists Pat and Lisa Henry Choo Foon. Hoyte was also involved in the Art Development Programme at Studio 66 Art Support Community, tutored my Makemba Kunle. For a seven-year period, he worked and learned as an apprentice to Artist Leroy Clarke, while simultaneously continuing his training at the Dunross Advertising Training and Recruitment Centre. Hoyte graduated, receiving a certificate of achievement in recognition of successful completion of Communication Design and an Advanced Certification in Computer Graphic Art.
Over the years he has enhanced, perfected and developed his fundamental painting skills and has exhibited works both regionally and internationally.
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Email: email@example.com Phone: 1 (868) 769-1948 Instagram: @fitzroyhoyte
As a visual artist I essentially view myself as a medium, naturally transferring energy. I paint on a daily basis from my studio, explore and develop new techniques of layering by working and experimenting with a variety of different media such as acrylics, oils, inks, collages with tools like comb knife or brush.
The study of the female forms which is predominant in my work emerges from meditation. I surround myself with nature, music, water, aquariums, and trees. They all contribute to the creative process. Through meditation my imagination allows me to visualize shapes: triangles, circles, animals, and people. My paintings represent what surrounds my life.
Port of Spain, The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies
Saturday, August 24, 2019
(3 - 5 PM)