16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
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Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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16/12/2021
Reviews
Chioma Ince
Miniature Art Fair Lagos
With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos.

With a vibrant and impressive art scene Lagos is home to many extraordinary artists, some of which I came across for the first time visiting after visiting the Miniature Art Fair Lagos. The fair was presented by Ogirikan Art Gallery  and Iwalewa Gallery of Art presented and “aims to promote and create awareness about affordable Nigerian artwork by showcasing various artists to an audience of art lovers and families”.

When I arrived at the venue I felt like I was transported to Peckham. There was something familiar about being in an open and repurposed space that brought me back to South London. The car park in the bustling area of Lagos was vast and oozing withsculptures, drawings, paintings, and mixed media artfrom emerging, exciting, and exuberant artists.

Miniature Art Fair exhibition view

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the fair and a snapshot into the artistry found in Lagos:

Maxwell Olisedme - Gold

Gold’ is a mixed media canvas piece that instantly drew me in with the tender tactile nature of the subjects. Olisedme’s use of pattern and a colour rooted the work in a world which sat on the liminal lines of the familiar and surreal. Growing up in Delta State, Lagos Maxwell Olisedme is as self-taught visual artist represented by Ogirikan Art Gallery.

Gold by Maxwell Olisedme

Reuben Ugbine – Freedom

Freedom’ was one of many works by the renowned contemporary Nigerian sculptor and ceramist Reuben Ugbine. Born in 1956, Ugbine is one of Nigeria’s most celebrated sculptors and has exhibited work internationally. The materiality of his work is profound and the delight I felt in witnessing the detail, attention and sheer talent of his craft was a truly magnificent experience.

Freedom by Reuben Ugbin

Clara Aden – Tea Time

Clara Aden is a Nigerian studio artist and illustrator whose involvement in the arts has seen her career span from film, magazine, workshop facilitation and winning international competitions. Within her expansive practice Aden works primarily in acrylic, oil, charcoal, pencil and pastels. Her piece ‘Tea Time’ is an acrylic on canvas painting that depicts a young family at tea time; the strokes of the paint are alive and build off the canvas in a dynamic way whilst still capturing the calm and gentle atmosphere in the piece.

Tea Time by Clara Aden

If you did not get a chance to see the show in person you don’t need to worry about the fear of missing out, you can browse through the virtual gallery of the works featured at this year’s art fair by following the link here.

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