Look deep into nature, and you will
understand everything better. That is why we are Inspired by Colors, Shapes and Forms

Inspired by Colors, Shapes and Forms

THE DRUMMER
“The Drummer” is a free standing sculptural piece measured at 30cm in height on a base of 13cm × 9cm. It has been created in mixed media using wire and resin and patinated in burnt umber auto base paint. This piece shows a Youruba drummer from the western part of Nigeria, rendered in naturalistic style. He wears a cap, a free-flowing shirt and a pair of trouser. Beads are strung around his right wrist as he beats his Talking Drum, a drum synonymous with the Yoruba people. The piece is characterised by plain and lined textured surfaces. The drummer places the drum under his left arm and beats with a drum stick in the right hand; a position usually assumed when playing the talking drum. His action suggests movement to the rhythm of the drum beat. 

THE DANCE II "The Dance II" is a free standing sculptural piece measured at 26.5cm in height, on a base of 11cm × 10cm. It has been cast in resin and patinated in blush pink auto base paint. It shows a female Itsekiri dancer from the Niger-Delta area of Nigeria with both arms raised and it has been rendered in naturalistic style. The dancer puts on a shirt and ties a short loincloth. She also ties a cloth around her head with beads around her wrists and bells around her waist and ankles. As she dances, the bells she has on makes an additional sound to the rhythm of the music she dances to.

THE FISHERMAN "The fisherman" is a three dimensional Sculpture figure measured at 29cm in height on a base of 13cm × 9cm. It has been created in mixed media of wire and resin and patinated in blush pink auto base paint. This piece shows a young African fisherman holding up hooked fishes and it has been rendered in naturalistic style. He is on a pair of shorts, only and the male human anatomical features have been brought to bear in this figure. The fisherman has strings coming from the mouths of the fishes around his left index and middle fingers, raising the fishes in a bid to display them.