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Participants will learning how to paint with rhythmic flow of colors. Emphasis will be on the importance of dominance in shape, value, texture and color and explore various paint applications such as brush work, use of a palette knife and unconventional materials. This workshop will open the door to a fun and exciting experience while experimenting with colors.
Tunde Afolayan, a Nigerian native, continues to make a significant impact on the lives of people through his paintings, and mixed-media expressions. Exploring color as the basis of painting, he infuses spiritualism and symbolism in his powerful lyrical expressions. His thematic compositions captured in vibrant colors allow figurative images to adopt expressive, abstract qualities as well as representational styles. Afolayan’s color pallet tempered with strong and vibrant hues exemplifies his powerful traditional African roots and aesthetics. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in Nigeria, Europe and the United States.
To learn more about Tunde, visit his website at www.tundevisualart.com.
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