Patrice Piard's Haitian Art paintings reflect the vivid colors of his native Haiti. He uses an outstanding imagination to create in his own style, the different scenes in Haitian culture. Haitian Art of Patrice Piard is somewhat distinguishable because of the effort to make it simple and the organization of the colors. Born in Camp-Perrin, small town, of the south of Haiti in 1947, he became a well-know artist after he came to the United States in 1983. Piard had participated in many big Haitian Art and Art expositions throughout the U.S, France, and Canada.

Along with the vivid beauty and color, his Haitian Art paintings often reflect his knowledge of building design, a discipline in which he acquired a bachelor's degree in Haiti. He uses his storehouse of memories to recreate life in Haiti with painstaking accuracy and a great deal of nation pride. "I don't want to paint any mistaken ideas of Haiti, I don't want any one to misunderstand" - Patrice Piard said to a reporter regarding his Haitian Art creations.