You've seen the art of Jean Francois Muller, and his collection of paintings by many artists; now it's time to meet the man.
Jean was born on May 25, 1964 in Cap-Haitian on the Island of Haiti. His interest in art has been life-long, beginning with the appreciation of many artists, both famous and lesser-known, including several friends who were also artists. From this inspiration and working mainly on natural landscapes. Jean decided to pursue a career in art in 1980, leading to a fine-tuned development of his own style.
Competitions followed. In 1985 he made his professional debut by taking part in a competition at the gallery featuring the art of Des Trois Visages (The Three Faces). Later that year, he competed in an Ajapka Association of Art sponsored event in Cap-Haitian.
In 1992, Jean Francois Muller immigrated to the United States, settling in Newark, New Jersey. Preferring panoramic countryside landscapes, and approaching his art through "positivity." Muller instantly began to work in acrylics
and oils, preferring a primitive approach. In 1995, he was featured in an art exhibition in East Orange, New Jersey.
Since coming to New Jersey he has become a serious art collector and expanded his style to include architectural paintings. He has also expanded into reproduction work of classical paintings, mostly from an intuitive sense that he could do it well. His favorite colors to work with are red, yellow, blue and black. These colors dominate most of his artwork.