Size: 36 by 60 inches
Medium: Charcoal pencil and Acrylic on canvas
Oge Nwanyi (a woman’s time, a woman in her prime)
“My works are a reflection of my subjective views on certain narratives that have lingered for too long and have placed us at the edge.”
About Ebuka Pascal Agudiegwu
Ebuka Pascal Agudiegwu is a young self-taught artist from Imo state, Nigeria but currently resides In Abuja. He started making art from childhood. In 2017, he took the and ventured into art professionally when he realized he could use his art as a tool to pass concise messages that would influence a positive change in his immediate environment and beyond. Ebuka loves to draw and paint, and his creative instinct has enabled him carve a niche in the realm of surrealism. He loves to explore his creativity with the use of charcoal, graphite, ink, pastel, acrylic, oil paint, salt and even candle flames. His works are elaborate, and they challenge the critical life issues that question norms and traditions. He has exhibited his works in some local and international exhibitions like the Exhibition for contemporary artists national gallery of art Enugu 2019, the Vivid exhibition 2020, the Varese design week virtual exhibit.