Here is a picture of Noailles Village. This is a thriving city in Haitian art as it produces metal sculpture.
Noailles Village is the only place in Haiti where metal work occurs. The town is a colony of metal workers, who carve custom iron crosses.
The metal work small-scale industry started in 1956 when George Liataud starting making esthetically pleasing iron crosses to mark graves and tombs in Croix-des-Bouquet's cemeteries. Eventually he combined Voodoo and Christian symbols to appeal to the tourist market.
Today Noailles Village has a legacy of generations of metal work artists.
Here is a picture of metal piece created by Haitian artist. This shows you in what conditions the Haitian artist works in Haiti
This type of art in Haiti is made of recycled materials. The village of Croix-des-Bouquets is considered to be the capital as it has over dozens of artisan workshops producing beautiful pieces of this art. Recently, these artists received a support from the Clinton Global Initiative and Greif Inc. who donated over 40 tons of scrap metal to the artists working in Croix-des-Bouquets.