Following the arrival of her film, Onidiri, the CEO of Yellow Speck Restricted, Olubukola Bolarinde, is set for her introduction solo workmanship presentation.
Labeled ‘106 Expressions, the presentation will be organized by prestigious culture and workmanship overseer Nike Davies-Okundaye, and there will be a cozy showcase of Bolarinde’s craftsmanships enlivened by encounters that cross time and culture.
In an explanation shipped off Sunday Scoop, Bolarinde said, “It will be a collection of artworks celebrating our African heritage. I have drawn inspiration from my experiences as an African child. I believe the works will ‘transport’ anyone who views them to a certain place and time, perceived through an African child’s mind. As our world continues to evolve, a great number of children will never have those experiences.”
The craftsmanship fan likewise depicted her specialty as a type of safeguarding. As per her, each piece of work of art at the show will recount a one of a kind story. Brought into the world in Lagos, Bolarinde’s early stages were spent in the northern piece of Nigeria — from Jos to Kaduna and Zaria, which helped in ‘laying out her exceptional feeling of personality and variety’.
She additionally expressed that for the assortment which is planned for June 10, 2022, she conveyed different media like acrylics and oils on material, as well as the utilization of rich surfaces to make pieces that give a deception of being material and three-layered.