Original Pieces From Nigerian Artist
Africa is home to some of the most talented artists this world has to offer, and Nigeria is no exception. That's why we want to give you a chance to own one of their creations for yourself.
We invite you to spend some time viewing the beauty of our captivating and exclusive collection.
Featured Piece Of The Month
"To the lonely man, who is looking and hopeful. By evening he is surrounded by sounds of those within the streets, but by morning he arises and feels the loneliness peak. His soul is stuck in limbo, of craving more.
But his feet are down, stuck to the asphalt, where he is tied to the ground hopeful for more. But content with where he is, the lonely man walks among the rest until his soul can rest again."
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Lucky was the recipient of the "Nuxart Overall Best Artist" award, along with graduating as the top art student at Federal Polytechnic Auchi in 2008. Lucky has shown himself to be highly artistically blessed.
Seye majored in painting at Auchi State Polytechnic and had a residence at the Aina Onabolu building National Theater in Iganmu, Lagos. Featured in art shows such as "Kabani" (2007), and "Impact" (National Theatre Lagos 2008).
Born in Lagos on July 26th, 1970, Andrew Ikechukwu Emueze is one of Nigerian’s foremost emerging artists. Both his primary and secondary education was in Lagos State whilst his HND in painting/general art was from The Federal Polytechnic of Auchi in 1996.
Sam has been widely known as the most expressive watercolorist in Nigeria. Due to his outstanding excellence in art, a scholarship in honor of Sam Ovraiti was set up at the famous Federal Polytechnic of Auchi where he graduated with distinctions and several awards.
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