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Artist Biography

Lolita is a South Florida native, visual artist, & published author, also known as the “Daughter of David” (a name which pays homage to her late father). Lolita’s main medium is acrylic paint on canvas; however she describes her style of artistic expression as all inclusive, though she does particularly love abstract & character art.

Some of her biggest creative influences are God (Exodus 35:35), Southern African-American culture, Haitian culture, comedy, cartoons, black women, African print fabrics & architecture. Where there is art & creativity, there is also Lolita. Lolita is a God taught artist, as she never received any formal fine art education because she opted to study psychology wherein she obtained her degree. She is inspired by the spirit of her Heavenly Father, who is the ultimate creative as the Creator.

Most recently, Lolita Exhibited her work at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex during Art Basel Miami week  and being interviewed by Carel Pedre of Chokarella. She also had the joy of receiving  an honors award from Legacy Miami for the “Top 40 Under 40 Black Leaders of Today & Tomorrow”, as well as acknowledgement & award from “She’s Doing It”, for her hard work & care as a female entrepreneur.

Lolita believes her art can also support an important cause, which is why she performed a live “Paint The Pain” moment for the Exhale Virtual Café’ by Patience Love Ministries in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month where she sold the performed piece & donated a portion of the proceeds to the Broward Outreach Center to aid victims of domestic violence. Lolita also enjoys mentoring high school students who are up & coming artist by connecting them to opportunities to showcase their artistic talent.

Lolita states that what she loves most about art is that it can “both express emotion and evoke emotion because artistic expression allows for personal freedom and authenticity”. Lolita’s art is a divinely inspired labor of love, joy, & passion. She hopes that her art leaves an impression on you as the viewer and that it either makes you smile, inspires you, or makes you wonder, perhaps all three.

Lolita Christian, as seen in/ on…
  • Chokarella – Interviewed by Carel Pedre (12/2023)
  • Art Basel Week Miami – Little Haiti Cultural Complex (12/2023)
  • Legacy Miami Top 40 Under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (2023)
  • Bold Journey Magazine (10/2023)
  • Canvas Rebel Magazine (Issue 06/23)
  • The CW 📺 TV (The Connect Show Miami)  
  • ShoutOutLa Magazine (Issue 02/2023)
  • VoyageLA Magazine (Issue 08/2022)
  • Creativ Magazine (50th Issue)
  • The Haitian Times News
  • Art Beat Miami (Interview by Martina)
  • The Royal Coils Coil-ture Freedom Festival
  • Local 10 News 
  • The MLK Destination Freedom Gala