Medium: Ballpoint pen on alabaster paper. Duration: 50 hours. Inspiration: As Nigerians, We feel very insecure in our own country. We live in a country where youths are being forced into slavery, sextrade, drug trafficking, terrorism, theft e.t.c..Killing and kidnapping in every corner of the country. Corruption has already become a part of life in … Continue reading #YoungArtists: FEAR. By: Onomzy Art.
Did I tell you that I'm into photography? Well yes, I do a lot of creative photography; In every shoot I take I try to put a touch of art into it. My niece clocked three months and I decided to have a photo shoot of her. That morning I had my gear on and … Continue reading #NigerianPhotographers: BEAUTY IN SLEEP: (My Baby Shoot).
The portrait has finally been completed. I feel I can now breathe, after weeks of detailing and strained eyes to achieve a dual portrait (one containing two subjects in it). This time it was a portrait of a family friend. Mummy Sotade had been one of those who encouraged me into embracing my artistic gift a year … Continue reading #WeAreNigerianCreatives: DO NOT PIXELATE 2. By: Fiwajomi Tomiwa.
￼￼ Pencil and Charcoal on Alabaster Paper. 18’16 inch. Portrait of Mr Tokunbo Sotade In life, in order to stand out, you must be willing to work hard and smart. This has driven me to try out new technique which involves intensive detailing of my portrait. Knowing that in order to add more value to my … Continue reading DO NOT PIXELATE: Part 1. By: Fiwajomi Tomiwa.
All Glory to God that I finally finished this piece. It's all about practice, patience, persistence, hard work, prayer and the grace of God. Title : Joy Of Childhood Medium : Ballpen on alabaster paper(#Birowork) Size : 16 by 12 inch(A3) Duration : Approximately 120hrs Inspiration : The joy of childhood has endless laughter, innocent … Continue reading THE JOY OF CHILDHOOD. By: Onomzy Art.
The large and active city of Ibadan, is a very peaceful place to reside. However, there are the good and bad days; sometimes traffic gets really slow at the rush hour usually towards the close of the day’s work. I would be sharing some personal experiences on the Ibadan road. At some point, many of … Continue reading IBADAN TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER. By: Ore Ogunmola.
The heart of every artist is ignited when one tells them their artwork is amazing, but it was a different case for my recent drawing. The artwork is a 16 by 12 inches portrait of a dashing young man, created with charcoal powder and charcoal pencil. I had only finished drawing the head when I … Continue reading FIWAJOMI’S CREATIVE DIARY: Everyone Says, “He is Handsome”.
1. A Time will come when you need to make decisions; No one can take a stand for you. It would feel like you are all alone in the world and no one actually cares. You’ll feel like it is just a thin thread holding you from crumbling. You want to shed tears but your … Continue reading ART & WORDS.
The grass isnt green any longer. It was suppose to be a rich land flowing with milk and honey but these politicians hides their agenda with their smiles and promises while they campaigned for various offices during elections. Life is not all about sharing rice, beans, cooking oil, t-shirts, and caps. Without realizing we'll need … Continue reading FIWAJOMI’S CREATIVE DIARY: Our Greenland.
SKYVIEW; LESSONS FROM THE SKY. My week has been so engaging. It's been an unending journey from drawing to illustrations then nature photoshoots and photoshop. I always wonder what the heavens look like, how beautiful it would be if just the moon, stars and sun already makes the blue sky this pretty. I think you … Continue reading FIWAJOMI’S CREATIVE DIARY. Episode 2.