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Randall Gerard Fulchan

Artist R.Gerard Fulchan was born Trinidadian in the year 1988. He has always felt a connection and oneness with the Visual Arts. His eyes and mind are always feasting on the diverse richness of this tropical landscape and the bold vibrant tones which contrast and play in harmony. 

As a child he would sit and draw for hours; an early indication of his career path. During his secondary school art training he received a Certificate of Excellence for Outstanding Performance in the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society's 2003 Poster Competition. After completing the C.X.C examination successfully he achieved his Culinary Management Associates Degree from The Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality Institute, First Degree Black Belt with The International TakewonDo Federation, Certificate in The Art and Science of Coaching from the University of the West Indies and Certificate of Visual Arts from the University of the West Indies.

Being a member of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago Mr. Fulchan has been exhibiting art consistently from the years of 2013 to date. In 2014 he received the title of first runner up for Best New Emerging Artist from the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago. In 2015 he took part in the Tobago House of Assembly Shaw Park Complex Inaugural Visual Arts Exhibition where he exhibited one of his cultural pieces entitled Slavers.  He took part in his first major group Art Exhibition, Synergie de Trois in the year 2016 in which he showed over 30 works of art. He has also been taking part in local Art Markets where he was Awarded the Carlisle Chang award (December 2016). He exhibited at the Connexions group exhibition 2017. His art works are in private collections, both locally and internationally: Jamaica, Barbados, Columbia, Texas, Italy. 

Artist Statement
To me art is about personal or observational experiences. As an artist I strive to connect with my viewers. I aim to move them emotionally. Conceptual/ Abstract / Impressionistic Art forms are my language of choice for doing this. Looking at society I try to look past the struggles of life by highlighting the beauty that resides in us all. We are all loved by a greater power. Searching our heart through the hurt we come to find a deeper sense of purpose, an awakening so to speak.







The caterpillar enters into the cocoon stage in order to emerge as a wondrous and magnificent creature. So too must we all strive to be like that caterpillar, look forward with our head held high always striving to view the light of the world but remain humbled.

I love working with oil paints, acrylic paints as well as inks. To me, I have found the path that I am meant to walk, the path of an artist. Life has a way of guiding us to self-actualisation but to achieve this we need to pay attention to the various signs that are given in order to become. Today I am a full time artist and as for my art career I am focusing on building a solid foundation and constantly refining my skills and techniques so that I can evolve into an iconic artist of Trinidad and Tobago.

Randall Gerard Fulchan
oils on canvas