Studied art and love to create when not teaching art.
Married to a lovely wife and blessed with 2 lovely daughters.
I specialize in trying everything.
Recycled tea bags.
Some times our debts are paid by our loved ones, the one I loved has paid mine regardless of who I am.
After eating the fried egg, I thought it wise to pay back by designing the egg shell.
Whenever I go to the art store, I see those pencils, erasers, sharpeners, sketch pads eager to graduate from the store to their rightful owners for another schooling which they only graduate when been used up.
Sometime last year when I went to my village after a while, some of the buildings I saw were now modern, they no more use mud bricks to build. What I saw was like the mud houses are giving way for the sky scrapers.
Shapes are good elements to play with, so, it gave birth to this artwork.
I used African motives to create the background and the erasers of the pencils, I used the African round huts.
Using lines to communicate same as the drummer communicating with his talking drum.
Things around me.
Things I see around me
Colours in motion
Some use teeth to open their drinks where there is no opener, but I use this.
Waterfalls is used to generate electricity in Kura. I used bulbs to show the energy it generate.
In some of the Rural areas in Africa, the Rooster is our clock as well as the alarm. It is a combination of the rooster and the four numbers on a clock.
This is my friend "shar" that is always there for me as a child in Africa living in those round huts. I could talk to him, share my moments of joy, sorrows, pain, and confusion. Anywhere I go he is always there with me, he is my angel.
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