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Daily Bread I, 2019, Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 inches

“Issues that influence contemporary living within my environment largely inspire my art. Monitoring the organic progression of my sketches basically informs my creative direction. I enjoy employingmultidisciplinary approaches to my creations, in my quest for new experiences and to deepen the audience’s interactivity with my art. I also value the therapeutic angle of the creative […]

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Old Birth, 2016, Oil pastel on handmade paper, 60 x 74 cm

“This is my experimentation with face painting. Before the western influence of beauty products and cosmetic, the African woman had her own style and products for beauty and adornment rituals. The face painting is one of them. I really wish that those days could come back and I could paint my face in the stripes […]

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The Other Life, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 121 x 91 cm

“This series is about environmental awareness. I want people to understand that the earth does not really need us, but we need the earth. Children are primarily used to portray this in my work because children are the future. It’s our responsibility to create better living conditions for them. We pass down all that is […]

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Cattle Stand II, Print, 2016 – 2017, 32 x 20 cm

“My paintings are strongly affected by the training at Nsukka, which is popular for the iconographical symbols of Uli. In a loose way (I prefer to call it a Natural Synthesis), I work my canvas with a personal ‘iconography’. I may add in symbols from Uli or Nsibidi, but more often do not include them […]

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Royalty, 2016, Watercolour on paper, 91 x 66 cm

“My art comes to life through different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings. As I research and explore the medium and style, other deeper expressions are unveiled, which often gives birth to other forms of work. Sometimes, I utilize mundane domestic objects for colourful installations. I gain aesthetic joy from my works, and hope […]

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Untitled, 2002, Oil on Cardboard, 80 x 110 cm

“Most of my works don’t have titles. They are abstract and not realistic. I want to create a space where a kind of communication takes place between the viewer and my work. I believe that everyone has a different background and also a new view point. I want people to see my works and bring […]

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Shelter II, 2013, Limited Edition Inkjet Print, 39 x 52 cm

“I do love street art, murals, some graffiti art that I see happening. I enjoy the fact that it is ephemeral up to a point, that it can’t be owned, framed, hung up on a wall. I am turning my objects and mural work into limited edition prints, but the original will never be “owned”. […]

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I Will Sit and Wait I, 2017, Spray Paint on canvas,61 x 66 cm

“To examine the alarming trend of consumerism, I not only use discarded materials as collages or assemblage, I also explore paintings in it’s conventional mode by using art materials acquired from art stores. For instance, I am motivated by the use of spray paints, occasionally combining the medium with other traditional mediums like oil, pastel […]

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