Sagine Joseph, born on October 26, 1991, Saint-Felix, Torbeck, Cayes, is a visual artist who studied the arts at the Ecole Nationale des Arts (ENARTS) of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She graduated in 2015, with a bachelor in fine arts, sculpture, and home décor, such as ceramic. In her themes she focuses primarily on children. She is influenced by Booz, Maillol, Calder, Donatello, Rembrandt, and Renoir. Most importantly, she participated in a public art workshop intended to connect less fortunate children to services. A partial list of the exhibitions she has attended is as follows: 2015, “Arts au féminin Pluriel” at the Bureau National Ethnologie (BNE), Plan Commun: Impression d’Afrique, l’ENARTS; and 2014, Plan Commun: Impression d’Afrique, l’ENARTS, Relation entre Haïti et Etat Unis, Embassy of the United States, ’A la croisée des chemins, Hôtel Villa Thérèse, Pétion Ville, and Collective Exhibit, Bibioltheque Nationale Haiti.