Attend an artist talk with British textile and ceramic artist Laura Aldridge and Nigerian sculptor Ifesinachi Comedy Nwanyanwu Source: Go Woman Go! Artist Talk AdvertisementsRead more "Go Woman Go! Artist Talk"
This piece is titled “Red Rose”, it was inspired by the saying ” beauty from ashes”. Considering where i picked the aluminum cans, from dirt in most cases, thrown away, discarded and forgotten. I was able to piece them together to make a rose flower. To show that there’s so much treasure, beauty, and life […]Read more "“Red Rose”"
Akaraka is an Igbo word for Destiny ( Igbo is in the South Eastern region of Nigeria). This piece is made from aluminum cans, used can drinks. I have many ways i collect the empty cans, from the ones we drink in the house, to the ones my friends gather for me at their houses, […]Read more "Akaraka series"
A lot of people don’t know what this is, especially if you were born in the late 90’s !! Alright i tell you, they are audio cassettes, yes! long before mp3 and discs, and Beat headphones and all those trendy gadgets came on the shelves, this is what we rocked! One of those sunny afternoons […]Read more "“What you hear is what you want to hear”"
I started the newspaper project in 2011. I really didn’t prepare for it, like most of my works, its always intuitive. I’m fond of buying newspapers everyday, its a habit i took from home. Many times i never get to read them, but they kept piling up in my studio. Day after day they where […]Read more "“What Happen?”"
I am happy you stopped by! That’s a huge encouragement. I had always wanted to blog, to share my little world with you, and hopefully we can get along together. I am primarily an environmental artist, and very passionate about that, we will get to find out! As an artist, i focus on using recyclable […]Read more "Hello Dear!"