Friday, May 2, 2014
One of a new generation of painters dually influenced by the Oshogbo/Ife movements, Babalola Dare Lawson is a voice calling out in the wilderness for a return to the old in order to plunge fearlessly into the new.
Babalola Lawson Dare 2013, Acrylic & Ink, $2,000
"Of Memory & Mind" by Babalola Lawson Dare 2012, Acrylic & Ink, $2,000
"Bush Life" by Babalola Lawson Dare 2013, Acrylic & Ink, $2,000
"Market Women Revisted" by Babalola Lawson Dare 2014, Acrylic & Ink, $4,500
"Shakara" by Babalola Lawson Dare 2012, Acrylic & Ink, $4,000
"Oya Let's Go" by Babalola Lawson 2013, Acrylic & Ink, $2,500
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Monday, April 28, 2014
Avante garde, modern, performance artist and mystic, Olumide Bamgboye, aka Bob Fay dishes out his irreverent take on Sisi Eko and the various shades, shapes and sizes in which she manifests. The medium is relief cast and acrylic paint.
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"Hands Across Artificial Borders" Tola Wewe 2013
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 5'x21/2'
Undoubtedly the most influential artist of his generation, Adetola Wewe is a product of the famous Ife School of Art in Nigeria. His paintings demystify Yoruba Folklore and chronicle an era of body adornment [Ona] and decoration synonymous with the Yoruba/Ijaw peoples of Southwestern Nigeria
"Eni Afe Lamo" Tola Wewe 2013
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 3'X2'
"The Return of the King" Tola Wewe 2013
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 4'X4'