Overstreet Ducasse

Haitian-born Overstreet Ducasse, arriving in the U.S. at six, embraced art as a universal language to navigate the challenges of a new environment, language, and culture. Rejecting a singular style, Ducasse believes in breaking artistic rules, producing captivating, metaphor-laden works on diverse mediums, from traditional canvas to wood frame doors. His art, driven by a quest for reason and understanding, embodies his life experiences and intellectual depth, defining his self-coined term, "Deepressionist," which encapsulates both artistic frustrations and profound contemplation.